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That keeps the game pretty exciting and left Genk pretty much alive. We could have scored goals already in the first half. It was clear it will be a bit tricky in some departments because the front three never played together in these positions and in a formation like this.
But we wanted to have Ox between the lines, to give him the space to turn and run and face the last line, giving us options right and left.
That worked out pretty well sometimes. We could have scored more often and that would have completely changed the game.
Man of the match: Trent Alexander-Arnold. Liverpool were guilty of some poor finishing as the game wore on, with their chance in the 36th minute a prime example.
Milner squared the ball to Mohamed Salah across the top of the area, with the Egyptian taking a touch to send the ball into space before chasing after it.
Dewaest went with him but could not prevent the cross, which flashed across the face of goal - with Salah possibly aiming for the far corner - and Divok Origi unable to poke it home at the far post.
Up until the 40th minute, Genk had not had a shot on target but took advantage of some poor Liverpool defending to equalise.
Bryan Heynen delivered the corner, which lifted over the head of Oxlade-Chamberlain at the near post before Samatta powered a header home to see the visitors level at the break.
Liverpool made six changes, with starts for Joe Gomez, James Milner, Fabinho, Naby Keita, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Divock Origi.
Jordan Henderson missed out due to illness with Dejan Lovren, Andy Robertson, Adam Lallana, Georginio Wijnaldum, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane also dropping out.
But just eight minutes into the second half and Liverpool went in front again. It was another sensational strike from Oxlade-Chamberlain after his two eye-catching goals in Belgium a few weeks ago.
A loose Genk clearance was picked up by Salah just inside the area, and used his strength to keep Cuesta at bay before tapping the ball into the path of his team-mate.
Oxlade-Chamberlain took one touch before hitting home on the turn and sending a powerful shot past Coucke. Liverpool could have made it three not long after, but Salah once again was a victim of bad finishing.
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The mood in the Liverpool is understandably feelgood but James Milner knows they were not at their peak best. Set pieces are always going to be dangerous and when you have six changes one of the hardest things bits to pick up is team shape and people doing different jobs to what they normally do.
Updated at 9. He gets a hearty reception — another decent shift — and on comes Bobby Firmino. Genk try to float the ball into him to attack but Alisson gathers.
Firmino is about to enter for Liverpool. The Liverpool forward is slipped in a treat but after a marvellous show of strength, he overplays a little and is eventually crowded out.
Meanwhile Genk are not going down without a fight Me too. De Norre dinks a wonderful ball into Heynen, who chests the ball down, swivels inside the box and rattles an effort goalwards.
Here is how Genk will line-up tonight. It was expected, given Man City are the visitors on the weekend.
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The Kop sing his name The crowd are up again and suddenly they look like going up. Genk can't get out. It's that man again! Oxlade-Chamberlain swivels after Salah's brilliant pass and the Englishman buries into the far corner.
Berger gets in behind but he elects to pass when he should have shot. Right, who's going to get that goal for Liverpool?
Salah's been threatening and they have Mane and Firmino on the bench. Kop roaring their team on but lots of work to do. Salah keeps threatening and the away side aren't.
Simple as that.