Alisson kept the eighth clean sheet of his career in Liverpool on Sunday from just 16 performances, over 65 million pounds, who suffered occasional scare against Fulham on Sunday.
Renewed the initial XI after falling down the red star after a heavy dinner in Arsenal, Fabinho impressed in the middle of the field next to Gini Wijnaldum against the Cottagers, while the summer signing of £ 39m continues at the feet of Anfield.
Meanwhile, Naby Keita was limited to a minute of action when he returned from the injury as a replacement when manager Jurgen Klopp released Guiney back into the mix after the Merseyside start stop.
The German had to wait a year for bringing him 52.75 million pounds, which is still a few weeks?
Still, it was the cheapest, most stunning arrival in the near season in Liverpool, which stole the show at Anfield on Sunday. Not for the first time!
Moving to Anfield in the amount of 13.5 million pounds from the transfer from Stoke City to the World Cup, the arrival of Xherdan Shaqiri undoubtedly did little to keep fans enthusiastic during the summer.
Fly ahead for four months and Klopp is probably the most exciting player. Some believe that they compete with Mohamed Salah, Robert Firmin and Sadie Man for a place in the attack.
Such was the impact of the Swiss player on Anfield, his form being one of the key factors that led to Reds switching to the 4-2-3-1 system in recent weeks. Since some of his teammates have not achieved a peak, Shaqiri is still shining.
Despite being unbeaten in the Premier League, Klop in Liverpool is not quite right. Luckily, they have a 27-year-old who helped them pull across the line, at least most of the time – his absence felt vividly in the defeat of the Red League in the Red Star of Belgrade.
Restored to the Fulham starting lineup, Shaqiri made two goals from two appearances of Anfield, while his side clearance before Kope helped to capture three more points.
Now on two goals and three assistants from his 11 Liverpool performances this season, it is safe to say that no one has seen this start.
Despite the fact that the Swiss playmaker played only 469 minutes, he certainly made his presence by contributing to the goal every 93.8 minutes when he was on the pitch.
Still, these sums do not include his contributions to two of the three Reds goals against Southampton, or his splendid passage to eventual assistant Andy Robertson as opener Robert Firmin against Red Star in Anfield.
A favorite fan favorite on Kopa, he was only sometimes choosing to be a team choice. Yet he quickly becomes one of Reds' most important players.
Used on both sides, behind an attacker or in a deeper position in the field, Shaqiri can never adjust pulsation. But where does this form come from?
With eight goals and seven assists last season he enjoyed the most productive campaign of his career in the Premier League, but could not help Potter avoid distance.
Doubts about his mentality and his working relationship with former teammates and scientists who quickly criticized him for Stoke's drop in the championship had doubts.
Shaqiri had time in big clubs. He showed both Bayern Munich and Inter Milan.
Despite the victory in the Champions League, the Bundesliga, the DFB-Pokal, the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA World Cup during their time in Germany, the game was limited and never really happened. Pep Guardiola has never been able to get the best of him.
The eyebrows were erected when Liverpool led him to Anfield. The big fish in a small pond and the player who Kloppa and his style were definitely unsuitable were accused. But the doubters were strongly silenced.
Shaqiri saw his move to Merseyside as the last big club squad? Or it's just thriving on a more prominent side after three years at Bet365 Stadium.
Now 27, he has entered his peak and has a new maturity that was previously lacking in his career?
Or maybe it's just when Liverpool and Klopp are perfect for Shaqiri? It would not be the first time the Germans would get the best of a player and it would not be the last one.
Whatever the reasons for his startling start to life in Anfield, he plays with a smile on his face and every week he smiles at his manager and supporter of Reds.
As Bill Shankly once said, "Liverpool was made for me and I did for Liverpool!" If it's the beginning of Anfield's life is something that could happen, it seems to be true to Shaqiri. It can go on for a long time!