Darwin Nunez will take lessons from his red card during Monday's 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace, according to Liverpool veteran James Milner.
In his home debut, Nunez headbutted Palace defender Joachim Andersen, earning him a red card.
"We always want to win our games, especially at home," Milner said to Sky Sports. "I thought we started well and then lost our way in the middle. They have skill and are always going to cause you issues on the break, which we should have defended better. We had chances that we didn't take.
It's not the best start to the season, but we need to keep playing how we started and ended the game. The reaction going down to 10 men was very good, and Luis scored a brilliant goal. They have a lot of good individuals who are unpredictable. You are coming up against organized teams, that are going to try and hurt you on the break. It's disappointing, but ultimately it's good that we are creating chances. If you aren't creating them, that's worse.
We have to get around Nunez and rally. He will learn from it. The team reacted well, and the crowd did as well and got behind us. We could have nicked it, but it wasn't to be. Good teams react to disappointments and stick together. You see the readiness for the season and the fight. We have had a tough week and preparations have not been ideal, but nobody can deny we have fighting spirit.
"There are moments when you need a flash of genius, and with someone like Luis on the field, he can invent something from nothing. It was a fantastic goal. I hope there will be a lot more.