Charlie Adam scored his first goal for Liverpool as the Premier League team beat Malaysia 6-3 in the second match of their pre-season Asian tour on Saturday.
Adam, who joined from Blackpool earlier this month, made his starting debut for Liverpool and was at the heart of the team's first-half attacking moments. He scored with a twice-taken penalty in the 24th minute at Bukit Jalil Stadium.
Shafiq Rahim, the Malaysia captain, equalised near halftime with a superb free kick.
Kenny Dalglish, the Liverpool manager, made 11 substitutions at the break, and David Ngog and Maxi Rodriguez both scored twice with Dirk Kuyt adding the other goal for the visitors.
Liverpool defeated China's Guanghong Sunray Cave 4-3 on Wednesday.
Tottenham's Sandro injured
Sandro, the Tottenham Hotspur midfielder, will be out of action for three months after undergoing knee surgery, his club revealed on Saturday.
Sandro returned to London earlier this week after suffering the injury on international duty with Brazil at the Copa America in Argentina and went in for the operation on Friday.
The 22 year old will miss the start of the Premier League season while he recovers and a statement on Tottenham's website said: "Following consultation with an independent knee specialist, Sandro underwent surgery on his left knee in London.
"Sandro withdrew from Brazil's Copa America campaign on Tuesday due to injury with scans confirming he had torn his lateral meniscus, as well as suffering a calf strain.
"The specialist has advised a three-month rehabilitation period before a return to full training."
Sandro was sent for a scan after complaining of pains in both his calves and his knee in training with Brazil.
Results initially showed the midfielder had ruptured the meniscus in his left knee - an injury which requires surgery and usually takes around a month to heal - but specialists delivered a worse prognosis for Spurs and he will be out for three months.