First up, Shelvey put Swansea ahead with fine finish.
The home side's lead didn't last long, however. This time, Shelvey's work led to a goal at the other end, as Daniel Sturridge snaffled up his back-pass to equalise.
All of that inside the first five minutes, and he wasn't done yet. Before the half, Shelvey added a second Liverpool assist—this time playing in Victor Moses.
And then he set up Michu for Swansea's equaliser.
The game ended 2-2. You can't fault the man's entertainment value.