Liverpool went to the Hawthorns to secure an alternate passage to European football next season should they fail to halt Sevilla's fairy-tale affair with the Europa League.
Jordan Ibe completed a brilliant solo run from his own half to equalize for Liverpool against West Brom at the Hawthorns in what was the 20-year-old's first Premier League goal for the Reds.
Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen had been nicknamed the 'Welsh Xavi' by ex-manager Brendan Rodgers and lived up to that name (jury's still out on that one) with an assist to help Liverpool score the only goal against Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium.
Jürgen Klopp is known for his quirky personality and his ability to form a bond with his players, and both of those qualities were on display when the German manager ran towards young match-inner Jordan Ibe following the match
Europa League is a competition where teams from top leagues usually experiment. As Liverpool FC prepare to take on Bordeaux in their opening Europa League clash, we look at the top three young players the Reds could blood in the tournament that can go on to have stellar careers at Anfield (Or elsewhere given the latest trend, sadly)
Manchester United striker James Wilson and Liverpool FC defender Joe Gomez and winger Jordan Ibe have been handed their first England Under-21 call-up by manager Gareth Southgate for next month's matches with USA and Norway. Joining them are Chelsea FC duo of Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Nathaniel Chalobah.
As the Premier League gameweek three draws to a close, we look at five under 21 players that are set to leave their mark on the new campaign.
As Liverpool FC prepare to face Arsenal FC in a crunch tie in the Premier League, youngster Jordan Ibe has vowed to improve his game and add goals after having started the opening two fixtures for the Reds.
Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale was seen taking part in a dizzy penalty challenge in support of The Global Goals. Liverpool FC youngsters Jordan Ibe and Joe Gomez also participated in the charity campaign.
Liverpool FC defender Jose Enrique has backed Jordan Ibe to become better than Raheem Sterling and reckons the club will have only themselves to blame for not securing Champions League qualification given the quality at Anfield.