Kenny Dalglish is pleased with his new striking force.
The Liverpool manager had a chance to see both Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez start a game together for the first time since they joined the club in January.
And after the match he expressed his delight at how the players performed.
“The two lads we brought in during January played together for the first time today and showed a lot of very encouraging signs,” said Dalglish.
“Andy made a fantastic physical effort to play 90 minutes on Thursday and another 70 today.
“Luis chipped in with a fantastic goal and the two of them showed encouraging signs of what we can look forward to.
“I don’t think there is a set time for partnerships to form. It either happens or it doesn’t. It was encouraging.
“Suarez looks a good player and scored a fantastic goal for us. We have a lot of good viewing ahead of us.”
Many Liverpool supporters were worried about their team’s attacking options, after Fernando Torres switched to Chelsea.
But Suarez is already a regular on the score-sheet and Carroll is making a good progress following an injury.
But they will both need to be at their best for the team to qualify for either of the European Cups next season.