New signing Iago Aspas was on the scoresheet as Liverpool saw off Valerenga 4-1 in a pre-season friendly in Oslo, Norway.
Aspas put the Reds back in front on the stroke of half-time after Luis Alberto's opening gambit on the half hour was cancelled out four minutes later by Giancarlo Gonzalez.
Martin Kelly put Brendan Rodgers's side comfortably in front early in the second half and Raheem Sterling provided the icing on the cake in stoppage time.
The Premier League outfit – who maintain their 100 per cent record in pre-season friendlies this year – could have had more were it not for an impressive display from Valerenga keeper Gudmund Taksdal Kongshavn.
The Reds started the game brightly, with Aspas twice frustrated by Kongshavn.
The £7 million signing from Celta Vigo then saw an effort ricochet off the frame of the goal, with the rebound falling to £6m man Luis Alberto whose beautiful right-footed volley from 20 yards hit the back of the net with half-an-hour played.
Despite controlling proceedings, Liverpool were stunned minutes later when Gonzalez leapt highest to power home a header which left Brad Jones with no chance. That was the first goal the Reds had conceded in 485 minutes.
Normal service resumed just before half-time when Aspas scored his fourth goal of pre-season when he latched on to Stewart Downing’s cross.
Despite making 10 substitutions at half-time – only Andre Wisdom remained from those who started – Liverpool continued to attack and nine minutes later they got their reward, Martin Kelly’s deflected header earning them a two-goal advantage.
A Kolo Toure header moments later came back off the woodwork while Steven Gerrard then also almost made it four, his effort from 10 yards flying just over the bar.
Philippe Coutinho’s curling shot was an inch wide of the far post but Liverpool finally made it four at the death, Sterling scoring from close range after Coutinho and Oussama Assaidi combined in the box.
Rodgers will be pleased with the number of opportunities his side created, but perhaps concerned slightly that they did not finish more of them off.