Jurgen Klopp opted to make 10 changes at the break, with just Georginio Wijnaldum left on from the first period, and introduced the likes of Andre Wisdom and Trent Alexander-Arnold.
It wasn’t long before the youngsters were exposed at the back, with the strong Roma line-up eventually finding a way through the defence.
Florenzi’s left-foot cross was met by the head of Dzeko, and when Simon Mignolet could only parry, Salah was on hand to prod it home:
Mohamed Salah's goal vs Liverpool pic.twitter.com/JyECwSghgV
— Marco (@ItsEmreCan) August 2, 2016
They may be young, but there’s no doubt Kloppwill be pretty furious with the naive and languid defending.
How many attempts were Roma allowed?!
Are we being a bit too harsh?