Crisis? What crisis?
On Saturday, having failed to win any of their first three matches, Liverpool went into their clash with AFC Bournemouth under intense pressure.
Although, this didn’t appear to be the case at all, with the Reds running out 9-0 winners.
Luis Díaz and Roberto Firmino both bagging brace, while Harvey Elliott, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Virgil van Dijk and Fabio Carvalho also netted.
This is just the second time Liverpool have scored nine in a league game, also doing so against Crystal Palace in 1989.
The club’s biggest victory of all time remains the 11-0 mauling of Strømsgodset in the Cup Winners’ Cup first round 48 years ago.
As a result, Jürgen Klopp’s team leapt up to ninth in the table and, with the small matter of a Merseyside Derby to come on Saturday, they’ll be looking to build momentum.
Newcastle United meantime may be winless in 26 visits to Anfield, dating back to 1995, but do kick off a point above their hosts.
The Magpies unbeaten start to the campaign continued on Sunday, drawing 1-1 with Wolves at Molineux.
The Toon Army looked set to leave the Black Country disappointed, until Allan Saint-Maximin volleyed home a spectacular equaliser.
That’s now three successive draws for Eddie Howe’s team since beating Nottingham Forest on the opening day.
Here, the visiting supporters, players and coaching staff would all surely love to leave Anfield with that sequence of stalemates having been extended.