Marks out of ten for Liverpool's players for their winning (just) performance against Ludogorets at Anfield.
Mario Balotelli led the line as Liverpool made their return to Champions League football after a five-year absence against Bulgarian minnows Ludogorets on Tuesday.
We assess the mercurial Italian's performance in the Reds' 2-1 victory.
Luis Suarez left very big boots to fill and, although the jury remains out, scoring his first goal for the club should do wonders for the 24-year-old Italian. He took his chance very well when it came in the 82nd minute, seizing on poor defending in a flash and guiding the ball expertly into the far corner. He had two other good chances, seeing the first blocked and the second saved by Milan Borjan, and looked Liverpool's most dangerous player.
Juventus forward Carlos Tevez ended his Champions League goal drought with both goals in the 2-0 defeat of Malmo.
It was almost just like the old days as Steven Gerrard scored an added-time winner to get Liverpool's Champions League return off to a winning start.
Real Madrid opened the defence of their UEFA Champions League title with a 5-1 mauling of Basle in Group B at the Santiago Bernabeu.