Ryan Babel, Albert Riera and David Ngog netted as Liverpool completed their Champions League Group D campaign with a 3-1 win at PSV Eindhoven.
Danko Lazovic put PSV ahead with a controversial goal in the 36th minute but Babel headed home on the stroke of half-time to draw the Reds level before Riera and Ngog sealed the victory in Holland.
Rafa Benitez made seven changes from the side which won at Blackburn on Saturday, with Steven Gerrard, Xabi Alonso and Jose Reina all on the bench and Ngog partnering Robbie Keane in attack.
The game got off to a slow start and it was not until the 15th minute that a goalkeeper was tested, with Diego Cavalieri beating away Timmy Simons' 20-yard effort.
Liverpool on the other hand looked far from threatening and they fell behind nine minutes before the interval, albeit in controversial circumstances.
PSV were awarded a corner that never was and there was then a handball by Nordin Amrabat when Javier Mascherano headed poorly straight at the Dutchman. Nothing was given, though, and the ball fell to Danko Lazovic who fired through Cavalieri's legs to put the hosts ahead.
Reira was booked for leading the protests but Liverpool's aggravation did not last long as Babel rose highest to head in Lucas Leiva's deep free-kick on the stroke of half-time.
Babel, his every touch booed by the home fans because of his Ajax connections, was visibly lifted by the goal and he was close to putting the Reds in front when he smashed into the side-netting just before the hour mark.
The visitors did then take the lead in the 67th minute and it was some goal; the impressive Riera lashing into the top corner from all of 30 yards.
Liverpool then extended their lead and put the result beyond doubt when Keane hit a delightful through-ball for Ngog to run onto and coolly slot past Andreas Isaksson in the 77th minute.
Lucas missed the chance to grab a fourth following another superb ball by Keane a minute later but the Reds did not need it as they coasted through the remaining 12 minutes. The win was enough to ensure top spot in Group D as Atletico Madrid drew 0-0 at Marseille.