Parried two shots in the entirety of the game. A spectator.
Another centre-back who is reportedly interesting Manchester City and made a compelling case to be kept. Unbeatable aerially.
Looked tactically naive on so many occasions here but is clearly benefiting from a hands-on coaching approach. Made the right decision with regularity.
Is rumoured to be set for a move away from the club but underlined his commitment and usefulness with a fantastic performance. Composed in defence and threatening when striding forward with the ball. Surely he must be kept - especially given the fact the Kop aired several new ditties in his honour.
Never tested defensively but showed all the attacking nous which will make him an asset to Brendan Rodgers and took his goal brilliantly.
Will not get all the plaudits playing in midfield whose main job is to keep things ticking but did his job well. Could be involved a lot this season, despite his tender age.
One of the few quiet Liverpool players. Got himself into dangerous positions and beat his man well but failed to find the through ball when it mattered.
It may take the Brazilian some time to regain his best form but here, against lesser opposition, he showed just how vital he could be as the pivot of a 4-3-3.
Much has been made of the Reds captain's injury record and advancing years but he looked in ominous form here. Positioned himself for his goal and seemed to relish playing alongside Suarez and Borini as their movement created problems.
An impressive Anfield debut for the Italian. Linked up with Suarez brilliantly and took his goal coolly. If he continues to improve then he is set to be taken straight to the heart of those on the Kop.
Simply magnificent. Showed his dribbling ability, eye for a pass and strength on the ball have not been sapped by a disappointing Olympics campaign. Set a marker for the rest of the season that he will hope to keep meeting.
Handled early crosses well and rarely flapped but was beaten too easily for Borini's opener.
The most regularly beaten full-back at Anfield in a long time. Given a torrid time by Suarez and Borini.
Didn't have has hard a time as his defensive colleagues up against the quiet Stewart Downing but didn't cover himself glory.
Tangled his legs trying to keep up with Suarez's trickery for the first but a couple of decent interceptions later on.
Ran hard in central midfield but time and time again allowed Gerrard to ghost beyond him into space.
Tried to cover his full-back and break when given the opportunity but was outclassed on both counts.
Part of the defensive shield alongside Voronkov which could not stop Gerrard breaking behind them.
Didn't work hard enough defensively as Enrique, Suarez and Borini ran riot down his flank. Subbed after the hour mark.
Helped spring the offside trap on several occasions but was weak in the challenge for the second.
Ran hard and showed some good touches but was helped out too little up top.
Was supposed to support Alumona in Gomel's setup but failed to do so as he dropped deeper and deeper.
Received a rapturous ovation as he came on to make his 701st appearance for the club. Will find his game time limited this season but, as always, will doubtless put Liverpool's needs above his own.
His ability to fit Rodgers' style has been often questioned this summer and he provided his usual mix of misplaced and eye-catching passes. Clearly wants to impress, though.