Liverpool beat Genk 4-1 on Wednesday, with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scoring two wonderful goals on his first return to Champions League action in 18 months.
The English midfielder suffered a serious knee injury the last time he stepped onto a Champions League field against Roma in April 2018, but it took him less than two minutes to find the back of the net with a lovely long-range finish.
There was another sensational effort from Oxlade-Chamberlain in the 57th minute, which was followed up by more delightful goals from Sadio Mane (77) and Mohamed Salah (87).
Nigeria’s Stephen Odey (88) replied for Genk, who deserved a goal for their performance, but Liverpool were just too strong.
It brings an end to a bizarre four-game losing run in away Champions League group stage games for Liverpool, who remain second in Group E after Napoli beat Red Bull Salzburg 3-2 in the other fixture. Genk stay bottom with one point.