Jurgen Klopp‘s men made the trip to Vicarage Road on Saturday lunchtime, delivering a wonderful all-around performance.
Firmino added two more after the interval to complete his hat-trick, while Salah scored another virtuoso effort in between.
Salah (9.6) is the world’s best player at the moment and his incredible average rating sums up how good he was on Saturday.
Not wanting to be overshadowed by Mane and Firmino, the 29-year-old scored one of his greatest-ever goals, not to mention registering a memorable assist.
TIA’s Joanna Durkan gave Salah a perfect 10/10 rating, describing him as “relentless” and hailing his strike as “jaw-dropping.”
Ian Doyle of the Echo also gave the Egyptian King a 10, saying his goal was “ridiculously good”, on another remarkable day at the office.
Firmino (9.2) was in second place, netting a hat-trick and making nine recoveries according to FotMob, highlighting his off-the-ball work.
Durkan felt it was a “welcome confidence booster” for the Brazilian, who hasn’t always been at his best since the early months of 2020.
Doyle claimed that Trent’s passing was full of “outrageous confidence and accuracy”, while the evergreen Milner enjoyed a 90 percent pass completion rate.
Liverpool only have three days before their next game, with a taxing Champions League trip to Atletico Madrid to look forward to on Tuesday evening (8pm BST).