Samed Yeşil came off the bench in Luzern’s 3-3 draw with Grasshoppers in the Swiss Super League.
The 21-year-old striker is currently on season long loan at the Swiss side from Liverpool.
Yeşil came on in the 75th minute in place of Marco Schneuwly but was unable to get on the scoresheet.
Luzern sit in fifth place in the league with 12 points in eight games. Marcus Bable’s side take on Vaduz next weekend.
Yeşil joined Liverpool from the Bundesliga side Bayern Leverkusen 2012 for £1 million.
The Liverpool Echo states that the Merseyside club have decided to send the 21-year-old out to aid his development.
The young striker has featured for all of Germany’s youth teams from Under-16 to U19 and he is available also to play for the Turkish national team.
The former Bayer Leverkusen man scored three goals in his last two appearances for Liverpool U21’s during pre-season.