The Reds made the short trip to their local rivals, looking to produce a repeat of last season’s thrilling 4-1 victory.
Both sides came close to winners in the second half, with Conor Coady having a goal ruled out by VAR, but Alisson and Jordan Pickford were in inspired form.
Alisson (8.1) was deemed to be Liverpool’s star man on Saturday – frankly, there was no debate about that.
The towering Brazilian made crucial saves to deny both Neal Maupay and Dwight McNeil, showing how valuable he is to this Reds side.
Ian Doyle hailed Liverpool’s No.1 as “superb”, and without him, Liverpool would likely have tasted their first derby loss at Goodison since 2010.
FotMob noted that the 25-year-old made a whopping 10 recoveries overall, as well as three clearances and interceptions apiece.
Meanwhile, Delgado felt Gomez was Liverpool’s “best outfield player”, standing tall in a feisty atmosphere.
Doyle thought the Greek “revelled” in a “running battle” with Anthony Gordan – one that he arguably came out on top in.
Trent is “just not at the races” so far this season, according to Delgado, while Carvalho looked out of place in his first Merseyside derby.
Next up for Liverpool is the start of their Champions League campaign, with a tough trip to Napoli coming their way on Wednesday night (8pm BST).