Made some fine reflex saves, including an outstanding one from Sturridge, in one of his busier assignments of the season.
Looked far less comfortable once the deadlock was broken and Liverpool's attackers began to run at him. Lucky to get away with a blatant barge on Suarez in the box that should have resulted in a penalty.
Hit and miss display from the Jamaica international, who got into some of the right places but conceded too much defensively.
The versatile fullback kept his head above water and was Palace's best defender, as he has been all season.
Solid enough but was frequently undone by the pace and movement of Liverpool's attackers. Scored the first of Palace's goals with a deflected strike.
Lucky not to concede an early penalty for a wild hack on Johnson and struggled to deal with the right back's powerful runs. Offered trickery and pace on the left flank and counter attacked brilliantly to set up Palace's second.
Looked out of his depth against Liverpool's pass masters in midfield.
The lynchpin of the team provided class and composure, and set up numerous chances.
Palace's top scorer looked the most likely source of a goal and was denied in the first half only by an outstanding Mignolet save. Tailed off after the break and was withdrawn after 64 minutes.
Will have received a Pulis rocket for failing to track Allen's adept movement in the box for Liverpool's opener. Never let his head drop.
One of Pulis' many Palace achievements has been to coax some solid displays from the once-hapless striker, who held his own in a ding-dong battle with Skrtel. Subbed after 70 minutes.
Could not be faulted in his efforts. Made two outstanding first-half saves and dominated his box. Could do little to stop the late Palace goals.
Excellent romping forward down the right flank as a creative force but had some nervous moments and failed to close down Bolasie for the Palace second.
Began badly with a clumsy early challenge on Chamakh and then wasted a great headed chance to put Liverpool ahead. Hair-brained moments never seemed far away and was all over the place late in the match.
Hustled and harried but was one of the Liverpool defenders who lacked composure in the closing stages.
Made a series of superbly timed tackles and interceptions to provide a granite-solid base for his team until he lost the plot late.
Put his horrible error against Chelsea behind him with a fine display in the quarterback role. Added to his assist count by setting up two of Liverpool's three goals and never flagged.
Wasteful in possession at times but provided energy and tactical nous.
Maintained his sensational form with another tasty display. Deployed behind the strikers, he was a whirlwind of pace, trickery and clever passing.
Delivered a big performance in a big game. Neat and purposeful in everything he did, not least with his smartly dispatched headed opener, the first league goal of his Liverpool career. For his next trick, he needs to work on his celebrating.
His form either side of a leg injury has been fitful, and began slowly in his first start in three games. But he was revitalized after the break and doubled Liverpool's lead with a deflected shot moments after a brilliant save denied him from distance.
Was under the weather before kick-off, which was reflected in an off-key start. But the double-winning Player of the Year did not wilt in his endeavor and came close on a few occasions before finishing a brilliant one-two with his 31st goal of the season.