Made some outstanding saves at times from an incisive Swansea attack.
Made a vital block to stop Hernandez scoring in the first half and did not look flustered up against Swansea breaks.
Ran forward with the ball at will and tackled intelligently.
Struggled to deal with both Hernandez and Dyer and lacked composure going forward.
Seemed to lack the positional awareness to play right-back but certainly worked hard and got forward well.
Absolutely anonymous at the point of midfield and rightfully dragged off at half-time. Could well be on his way in January.
Drifted in and out of the game and failed to make a telling contribution.
Had a couple of long-range efforts in the first half which looked dangerous but went back into his shell in the second. Missed a glorious chance from a rebound.
Caught dallying on the ball at times, which is unusual for him, but still Liverpool's best player in possession.
Offered nothing in attack and failed to hold the ball up on even a single occasion. Removed at half-time after a 45 minutes which proved he is not yet ready for first-team football.
One of Liverpool's few threats early in the game. Showed trickery and retained the ball well.
Made an excellent stop to deny Gerrard in the second half and was generally solid.
Marshalled Downing and Henderson well as they linked up down the Swansea left.
Dealt with Yesil with ease but dragged into places he didn't like by the tricky Suarez.
Bullied Yesil in the first half and headed in well from a corner to give his side the lead. Had to be substituted early in the second half with injury.
Had a hard time dealing with Assaidi and things just got worse for the defender when Sterling came on.
Controlled the space in front of the back four but faced a harder task in closing down when Suarez took to the pitch.
J. de Guzmán
Missed a glorious first-half chance by trying to chip over the keeper and clearing the bar. Took the corner which put the Swans ahead and then wrapped it up by grabbing the visitors' third.
A real outlet for his side, the sort which the Reds would have envied in the first half. Took part in some wonderful counterattacking moves for the Swans and set-up the visitors' third.
Broke with lightning pace on several occasions and got his reward by meeting Hernandez's pass across the box to get his side's second.
Didn't dominate the ball for Swansea but worked hard and helped let them loose on the break.
In and out of the game at times but looked deadly on the counter in tandem with Dyer and Michu and proved it by setting up the second.
Brought the drive to Liverpool's midfield which was sorely lacking with Cole at its point and provided the cross from which Suarez nodded in.
Picked up where Assaidi left off, giving his full-back a torrid time with trickery and pace.
Brought the game to life for the hosts. His headed goal was almost a mirror image of the one he got at Goodison Park on Sunday and he was similarly threatening.