Will be disappointed to have allowed Moses to beat him at his near post but was helpless as a high defensive line exposed him to a one-on-one with Sturridge for the second.
Could not replicate the overlapping threat of Daniels on the opposite flank, where Bournemouth enjoyed a lot more possession, but was decent defensively.
Lacked the pace and quality along with Elphick to keep both Sturridge and Suarez quiet as the game drew on after an assured start.
Cuased Kelly some problems, overlapping with Pugh on the Bournemouth left but saw his efforts go unrewarded.
Came close with a powerful header but was guilty of playing Sturridge onside - if only marginally - for Liverpool's second goal.
Ran at Kelly in tandem with Daniels in a display full of purpose and industry, but faded out of the game in the second half and was replaced by Rantie
Came as close as any Bournemouth player to scoring when his shot was deflected over by Toure.
Hovered in the space between Cissokho and Toure and had some joy, releasing Grabban, but the striker shot wide. Replaced by Fraser in the second half.
A lively performance from the 23-year-old midfielder, who looked confident on the ball and managed to weave his way through the Liverpool midfield on a couple of occasions.
Tidy with his passes and more than held his own against a Premier League midfield. Substituted for Pitman as a final throw of the dice for Bournemouth.
Tried to use his pace to get beyond Toure and Skrtel from the outset. Showed a willingness to run all day for his side but his finishing was not good enough to trouble Jones.
Survived an early slip and had to be aware to a wicked cross into the box which nearly dipped under the bar. Was otherwise rarely troubled by a genuine effort on goal.
Stood up to the twin threat of Francis and Ward for much of the game, denying supply from the Bournemouth right.
Very fortunate to escape punishment for blatant shirt pulling on Francis in the penalty area during the second half. Did enough to keep Pugh at bay but made way for the returning Flanagan.
Suffered a blow from Surman while making an important defensive header, but was patched up pitchside and carried on undeterred.
Made a vital block to deny Surman from close range in the first half and genuinely coped well with lone striker Grabban.
Called into action defensively on a number of occasions and stood strong, but was booked for dissent after allowing his frustrations to get the better of him.
Showed quick feet to shuffle on to his right foot and beat Camp at his near post. Replaced by Sterling towards the end of normal time.
Shot over from close range in the first half when he really should have hit the target from inside the box.
Operated in a slightly deeper role than usual. Appeared to be venturing further forward in the second half, but came off for Luis Alberto in the closing stages.
Typically skilful in and around the box, the striker set Henderson up for a golden chance in the first half which went begging, but teed up Daniel Sturridge with a quick pass and his strike partner made no mistake. Tried to audaciously lob Camp in what would have been the goal of the afternoon but missed the target.
Beat the offside trap to latch on to a Suarez pass and slot coolly beyond Camp. Struck the bar with an inventive effort and released the Uruguayan with a tidy through ball of his own which was lifted over.