Once again should have done better as Ramires scored for Chelsea but produced a brilliant stop to keep out Lukaku's close-range header.
Scored Liverpool's third in the 28th minute, stooping to head home from close range. Defensively strong against Ramires in a less-favoured left-back role.
Solid defensively and a threat when he joined the attack, particularly in the second half. Provided a superb cross which Carroll volleyed off target.
The Slovakian was dominant in the air and rarely troubled by Chelsea's feeble attack.
Solid and composed at the heart of the Liverpool defence, using his savvy to deny Torres space.
Played with energy throughout and scored after taking a gamble, bursting forward and slotting the ball calmly into the bottom corner.
Scored Liverpool's fourth with a finish that was far more difficult than he made it look as he smashed the ball in from 30 yards following Turnbull's poor clearance. Took up good positions defensively and never afraid to receive the ball as he played neat, accurate passes.
The Argentine drifted into pockets of space and used his nous around the edge of the penalty area. Played the pass for Henderson's goal and appeared to wave goodbye to Anfield as he was substituted late on.
Desperate to score his first Premier League goal for Liverpool, he was awarded penalty duty on the stroke of half-time. He duly hit the post with his strike, rather summing up his first season at Anfield. Did show glimpses of his quality, not least with a dipping volley in the first half that clipped the crossbar.
Bullied the Blues defence throughout the game and was completely dominant in the air. Set up Agger's goal with a clever header across goal and won the penalty as he was brought down by Ivanovic. Worked hard throughout and the only thing missing was a goal.
Tormented the Chelsea defence as he wriggled past challenges and continually went past Terry. Superb run to force the opening goal, although his finishing could have been better. Stupid to raise his arm to Ivanovic and was lucky not to be punished.
The back-up goalkeeper made some smart stops at times but was punished for a horrible clearance as Shelvey smashed home Liverpool's fourth.
The Serbian struggled against the Liverpool strikers and conceded a penalty for pointlessly hauling down Carroll at the end of the first half.
The youngster was skinned by Suarez for Liverpool's opener and never looked comfortable as the hosts attacked with verve and pace.
Decent when one-on-one against Maxi but looked rusty and found it difficult when Carroll pulled on to him for aerial challenges.
The Chelsea captain had a nightmare first half as he was nutmugged countless times, epecially by Suarez, and was at least partially at fault for three Liverpool goals.
It was no surprise that the Blues' form player scored their only goal, turning the ball in with his body from a free-kick five minutes after the restart.
The young Spaniard sat as Chelsea's defensive midfielder but could not stem Liverpool's passing and movement. Offered very little when in possession.
The Frenchman provided the delivery for Ramires' goal but it was his only involvement of note in the game as he drifted through the 90 minutes.
An almost anonymous display on the left wing as he failed to offer anything in attack and was reluctant to track back defensively. Replaced by Lukaku in the 68th minute.
Constantly derided on his return to his former club and only in flashes troubled the Liverpool defence. Seemed to be on his heels for most of the match but did smash one first-half shot that hit the crossbar from a tight angle.