The 17-year-old was one of 11 academy players to be named in the travelling squad to Asia and then backed that up with a place in the team for the trip to Germany and Austria.
It may have been just 30 minutes, but he was turned to in midfield over the likes of James Milner and Tyler Morton and his pressing and awareness led to Darwin Nunez‘s third goal and Liverpool’s fourth.
Bajcetic’s performance did not escape Fabinho‘s attention, who he will learn plenty from as he continues to train with the first team and hone his craft in the deep-lying midfield role.
“[Thursday] he did really well, he was really important in the fourth goal. He recovered the ball in a really important area and then he passed to Harvey and Harvey did the assist to Darwin,” Fabinho said of the youngster to LiverpoolFC.com.
“It’s important. He has trained with us, he will get better, he will have more confidence to take the ball, to turn, to do some stuff that the No. 6 does.
“It’s nice to have not just him but the other young lads as well playing really good football.
At just 17, there will be no unnecessary pressure and expectation on Bajcetic’s shoulders but the glimpses he has offered show another exciting young talent that can carve out opportunities this season.