Divock Origi gave Liverpool a possibly significant away objective in their Europa League quarter-last tie with Borussia Dortmund as the principal leg in Germany finished in a draw.
The Belgium striker struck on Reds manager Jurgen Klopp's arrival to his previous club with a low complete crosswise over objective.
Dortmund goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller then denied Origi one-on-one.
Tangles Hummels headed in an equalizer and the has squeezed looking for a victor, yet Liverpool kept them under control.
You'll Never Walk Alone version 'a wow minute'
At last it was a reasonable result as Dortmund, top picks to win the Europa League, overwhelmed ownership however Klopp's strategies guaranteed Liverpool baffled their rivals, confining them to couple of genuine risks.
A blending interpretation of You'll Never Walk Alone - a melody both groups have received as their football hymn - before commence set the tone for the amusement, with an exceptional environment having impact in an experience that was strained and, on occasion, exciting.
A sold-out Westfalenstadion joined to sing You'll Never Walk Alone before the match
Klopp gets his strategies right
A few eyebrows were raised before commence when Klopp chose to begin Origi rather than England universal Daniel Sturridge.
Origi had not scored since 14 February, while Sturridge seemed, by all accounts, to be discovering his shape in the wake of coming back from harm with three objectives in nine amusements.
The 20-year-old was just an observer in the opening stages as Liverpool doused up some early weight, however Klopp said before the diversion that he had given him the gesture in light of his pace and power - and both were on show when the guests led the pack.
He controlled commander Jordan Henderson's somewhat ungainly ball eminently before transforming towards objective and guiding a low strike into the far corner.
From that point on, Origi held up the ball astoundingly to assuage some weight on a protection that obviously went under some overwhelming weight on occasion.
In Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Dortmund have a standout amongst the most deadly finishers in Europe, yet Dejan Lovren and Mamadou Sakho confronted the assignment of invalidating the 33-objective Gabon striker.
He was constrained to one genuine risk, an exertion from short proximity that was hindered by Lovren, while Sakho tossed his body in the method for Henrikh Mkhitaryan to deny what was a practically certain objective.
Eyes on Klopp for 'El Kloppico'
Jurgen Klopp oversaw Dortmund somewhere around 2008 and 2015
Enthusiasm for Klopp's arrival to Dortmund was immense in the development.
The 48-year-old German is affectionately associated with his accomplishments at the club he oversaw for a long time from 2008, having driven them to two Bundesliga titles also the last of the Champions League in 2013.
Around 20 TV teams and somewhere in the range of 100 writers were in participation for his pre-match news gathering, while one German TV had been arranging a 'Klopp Cam', which would have concentrated on the Liverpool manager for the full a hour and a half - in spite of the fact that that thought was at last racked.
At the point when Klopp developed before the match, his name was droned by the home fans yet the Liverpool manager was apparently quick to ensure he was not the focal point of consideration.
Subsequent to recognizing the home fans with an applaud, he changed concentrate immovably to his own particular players warming up and there was most likely about where his devotions lie when he pounded his mid-section and thundered in joy after Origi's objective.
In spite of the away objective, the tie is a long way from being done. Dortmund have scored in each of their past six away diversions, including two objectives at Tottenham in the past round of the opposition.
Enhancing their guarding at set-pieces will likewise be key for Liverpool. Hummels was left unmarked to head in the most straightforward of objectives from a corner, which means the previous three objectives Liverpool have surrendered in the Europa League have been from set-pieces.
History is on Liverpool's side, however. They have advanced from 11 of their previous 12 European ties in which they have drawn the primary leg far from home.
Man of the match - Mamadou Sakho
In the wake of putting his goalkeeper under weight with a hazardous back pass from the get-go, Mamadou Sakho (right) formed into a stone for Liverpool as they repulsed some overwhelming Dortmund weight
What they said
Borussia Dortmund supervisor Thomas Tuchel: "In a quarter-last it can be that you don't should win and that was the situation.
"This was precisely what we anticipated from Liverpool - yet we anticipated that ourselves would be better, more liberated in our passing and with a superior mood.
"We can score away objectives too. We are not scared and we are not very baffled. Today evening time was not our top execution and to win you require a top execution.
"We have been to a great deal of places and scored and won. It's half-time and the players are certain. We are anticipating the diversion at Anfield."
Liverpool chief Jurgen Klopp: "Dortmund is a quite decent side and everybody could see that, however we had our minutes and we could have won.
"I'm almost certain many individuals thought we would lose 2-0, 3-0 or 4-0. Be that as it may, at a few minutes we had Dortmund and around our objective we were splendid.
"We are not that far on our approach to being as are they. We can't right now play like they play, however we can guard and score objectives so we can win."
All alone gathering from the Dortmund fans: "It was pleasant. Many people talked about it yet when I went onto the pitch it was deferential commendation and that is pleasant. That is the means by which it ought to be."
The details you have to know
Divock Origi scored his first Europa League objective for Liverpool and his first since October 2014 for Lille against Wolfsburg.
Origi is the ninth distinctive Liverpool player to score in the Europa League this season, with just Lazio and Napoli (10) having more diverse scorers.
Five of Origi's six Liverpool objectives have been scored far from home.
Tangles Hummels scored Borussia Dortmund's fifth objective from a corner in the Europa League, more than some other side in the opposition.
Dortmund have been wiped out on five of the six events they've drawn the primary leg of an European tie at home.
Liverpool have Stoke in the Premier League on Sunday, while Dortmund go to Schalke in the Bundesliga around the same time. The two sides then meet at Anfield in the Europa League quarter-last second leg on Thursday, 14 April.