Liverpool maintained their unbeaten league record on Saturday afternoon after a second-half flurry secured a 3-0 victory at Watford.
The Reds returned to action following the last international break of the year looking to continue their winning ways in the Premier League after their comfortable victory over Fulham a fortnight ago.
The afternoon started with a show of discontent from the travelling Reds over Richard Scudamore’s £5 million golden goodbye from Premier League clubs.
Liverpool fired blanks in what was a frustrating opening half as Klopp’s chargers struggled to find their rhythm against a well-disciplined Watford side.
The second 45, however, saw Liverpool return to their ruthless ways as three goals found the back of the net in the space of 22 minutes.
Mohamed Salah broke the deadlock with his ninth goal of the season after exceptional play in the lead up from his fellow forwards Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino.
A scintillating free-kick from Trent Alexander-Arnold soon after saw the Reds create a comfortable buffer in fine fashion, sending the Reds faithful into a frenzy.
A red card for Jordan Henderson put a needless blemish on the victory after referee Jon Moss was given no choice but to hand the skipper his second yellow of the afternoon.
However, Firmino’s late header ended the match on a high note after a well-worked counterattack – ensuring Klopp left the stadium with a smile etched on his face.
With Liverpool now entering the frantic and congested festive period, the Reds will have little time to rest as they must now quickly turn their attention to a crucial Champions League fixture against Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday.