The Reds returned to action after their winter break as top visited bottom in the Premier League.
Jurgen Klopp‘s men were given a stern test in a wind-affected match, however, and it looked for a while as though points would be dropped for just the second time this season.
The Reds are now 25 points clear of Man City and just five wins are required to seal a first league title since 1990.
The Brazilian recorded his 10th clean sheet in his last 11 league games, making a wonderful first-half save and also thwarting Teemu Pukki in the dying seconds.
The Echo‘s Ian Doyle felt Alisson showed “safe hands in the difficult, swirling wind,” while TIA’s Henry Jackson simply described him as “the world’s best goalkeeper.”
In second place was Jordan Henderson (7.2), who didn’t hit the level he has found in recent weeks, but still impressed in the middle of the park.
FotMob highlighted the fact that the skipper won four duels and made six ball recoveries, also providing the assist for Mane.
Roberto Firmino (7.0) was the only other player to average at least a seven out of 10 rating, catching the eye with his quality.
Jackson gushed over an “outrageous scooped pass” to Gini Wijnaldum before the break—a moment that summed up the 28-year-old’s unique magic.
Mane didn’t start, so failed to earn an average rating, but his impact should not be ignored, with Doyle hailing the Senegalese for bringing “much-needed thrust to the Liverpool attack.”
Darren Wells of the Mirror said Keita “looked a little rusty and missed a sitter,” while FotMob noted that Salah lost three of his four duels.
Gini Wijnaldum (6.0) finished bottom of the ratings among starters.
The Reds head to the scene of last season’s final win over Tottenham, the Wanda Metropolitano, for the first leg of their last-16 tie against Atletico Madrid.