Liverpool fans witnessed an unusual wardrobe malfunction from Trent Alexander-Arnold before he helped provide their opener.
The Reds right-back has been in fine form of late and made his latest Premier League start in their trip to Sheffield United.
Approaching half-time with the score at 0-0, Liverpool were awarded a corner and Alexander-Arnold stepped up to the role.
However, he appeared to pull his shorts slightly too far down and as a result, fans were unusually able to see his behind.
Just moments later, his corner was swung into the area and into the path of Virgil van Dijk, who netted the opener unchallenged.
It’s the fourth consecutive game in all competitions in which Alexander-Arnold has made a goal contribution.
He proved to be their hero at the weekend when his late goal sealed a 4-3 win over Fulham at Anfield.
The England international also scored the Reds’ crucial equaliser away at Manchester City, and assisted against LASK in the Europa League.
Deliveries from the wings and set-pieces have always been one of his best traits, with the 25-year-old providing the goods once again.
Alexander-Arnold now sits on two goals and two assists for the season in 13 appearances.