Liverpool laboured to a 2-0 make an impression on Denmark's Midtjylland on Tuesday with an objective from Diogo Jota and a Mohamed Salah penalty in a Champions League Group D match at Anfield.
Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp, however, suffered another defensive blow with Brazilian Fabinho limping off in the first half using what were a hamstring injury.
Liverpool made a slow start and suffered an early on scare when Anders Dreyer broke through the center but shot straight at keeper Alisson.
With Klopp having rested his usual front three and given starts to Jota, Divock Origi and Xherdan Shaqiri, Liverpool struggled to breakdown the determined Danes.
The breakthrough came in the 55th minute when Trent Alexander-Arnold's low cross was turned in from close range by Jota.
Salah made sure of the win, in stoppage time, from the penalty spot, converting after he previously been brought down inside box.
Liverpool have the utmost six points from their opening two games while Midtjylland remain with out a point.