Salah opened the scoring with a close-range finish, before Fabinho made in 2-0 to Liverpool early in the second half.
Fabinho (8.5) averaged the highest rating on the day, as he again showed why he is one of the best defensive midfielders in the world.
The Brazilian not only bossed the midfield battle throughout, but he also got a rare goal for good measure.
Ian Doyle of the Echo felt the Liverpool man “negotiated” the game “superbly,” having a huge influence on the result.
Salah (8.3) came in second place, as he notched his 100th Premier League goal and 98th for the Reds in the competition.
The 29-year-old played four key passes overall, as highlighted by FotMob, not to mention making the same number of recoveries.
With regards to Alexander-Arnold, Nalton rightly noted that “few right backs can have such an influence on a game,” on an evening that saw him notch another assist.
Meanwhile, the Independent‘s Karl Matchett lauded Thiago for being “a big part of the reason Liverpool dominated” their opponents.
Elliott (7.4) played well and enjoyed a healthy rating of his own – here’s hoping the youngster’s recovery is swift in the coming months.
Mane (7.1) and Diogo Jota (7.1) received the lowest averages, but they were still perfectly reasonable and played their part in the victory.