Gini Wijnaldum, Virgil van Dijk and Ben Woodburn have all netted for their countries on international duty so far, with Sadio Mane scoring and assisting to help Senegal to a dramatic 2-1 win on Tuesday.
Later in the day, Liverpool duo Alisson and Firmino both started for Brazil in a friendly against Czech Republic, whilst Fabinho was on the bench.
The Reds goalkeeper impressed with some impressive shot-stopping in the first half but Firmino looked quite lethargic in the early stages.
Brazil looked out of sorts and went into the interval a goal down after David Pavelka put the hosts 1-0 up in the 37th minute.
However, Brazil were back in the game just four minutes into the second half as Firmino's impressive awareness saw him chase down a wayward back-pass.
The Liverpool forward out-muscled his way through and slotted home to score his ninth international goal and equalise for the visitors.
Firmino goal for Brazil vs Czech pic.twitter.com/KkzAZRJunW
Fabinho was given a brief outing after coming on to replace Firmino in the closing stages of the game, with Brazil eventually running out 3-1 winners.
Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus scored twice in the last ten minutes to secure victory for the Selecao.