The Belgian was given very little to do from the visitors but kept his concentration to hold Bentaleb's powerful effort shortly before half time. Delivered when called upon.
Has proved time and again this term that he is more than capable at this level and delivered yet again. Made a crucial block on Eriksen's pass after six minutes and delivered with an outstanding tackle on Soldado late on. Reliable as ever.
Showed typically impressive distribution from the back, spraying a number of fine balls out to the flanks and was solid when called upon in their air. A classy showing.
Played in the vicious ball that led to Kaboul's early own goal after an impressive drive down the right flank. Was unstoppable alongside Sterling at times.
Blocked and intercepted a number of Tottenham passes to keep the visitors at bay. Completely dominated Soldado in aerial battles on an easy enough day for the Slovakian.
No longer just a phenomenally hard worker, Henderson again showed his intelligence off the ball, nearly benefiting from a fine forward run 14 minutes in. Mixed it up as the game went on but should have scored with the goal at his mercy on the 53rd minute. Made up for the miss with a whipped free-kick to round up the scoring.
Quietly dominant deep in midfield, the Reds skipper dictated the pace of the game in midfield and protected his defenders when Spurs looked to counter. Top class as ever before being replaced in the second half.
Started the move that led to Liverpool's early opener with a fine ball to Sterling out wide and nearly pulled off a stunning pass through the middle to Henderson. Deserved his brilliant second-half goal to make it 3-0 before being substituted.
Looked to stretch the Spurs defence out wide to the right and absolutely terrified the visiting defenders on the ball, running at the centre-backs at will. Linked up brilliantly with Sterling in another confident showing.
Was only a matter of time until the Uruguayan got on the scoresheet after a threatening start and he duly delivered in clinical fashion, making the most of a dreadful Dawson error to finish perfectly. Never gave Spurs an inch.
Returned to the first XI after starting on the bench against Sunderland on Wednesday and was nothing short of sensational. Intelligent off the ball and powerful on it, he was pivotal to Liverpool's play going forward throughout. Simply brilliant.
Could do little about Liverpool's goals after his defenders let him down for the first and second. Coutinho's strike to make it 3-0 was near enough perfect and Henderson's fourth flew through a mass of bodies.
Had an absolute nightmare start, deflecting the ball into his own net from Johnson's low cross. Looked to atone with a fine tackle on Suarez shortly after. Met plenty in the air but was too sluggish on the ground. Booked for a rash slide on Sturridge.
Struggled with Liverpool's blistering attack but was at least proactive in meeting the ball and pushing up the right flank, albeit often in vain.
Was given a torrid time by the combining Sterling and Johnson, with Sturridge also stretching the play to flood Spurs' left channel. Beaten time and again, but was given little protection from his midfielders.
Picked up a knock on the 22nd minute after an unremarkable opening to the game and was replaced by Dawson.
Looked like the visiting player most likely to make something happen, combining with Chadli well early on. Struggled to escape the attentions of Gerrard, who dominated in front of the Liverpool defence.
Seemed low on confidence from the off and opted to cut inside rather than attack Flanagan's channel. A very ineffective afternoon from the winger was cut short when he was replaced by Townsend after 60 minutes.
The youngster belied his years at times, organising his team-mates in the centre of the park and looked to get a number of shots away. Unlucky to be substituted on the hour mark.
Was pressured into an early mistake by Sterling and struggled with possession. Made a number of fine runs and was unlucky not to be picked out more often.
Worked hard in midfield and looked to press the hosts' defence throughout but offered little on the ball. Was strong defensively when his side needed him.
Cut a frustrated figure up top yet again as Spurs struggled to get him on the ball at all. Never really threatened.
Was on the pitch for next to no time after replacing the injured Vertonghen before making a horrendous error to play in Suarez, who clinically doubled the Reds lead.
Replaced Bentaleb but came on too late to make any significant impact. Was largely a passenger.
Came on for the disappointing Lennon but barely got a look in himself.