Could do nothing about any of Swansea's goals and made crucial saves from both Bony and de Guzman either side of half-time.
Seemed rushed whenever he found himself in possession in one of his less impressive performances of the season. Taylor and Routledge both beat him for pace during the 90 minutes.
Seemed nervous on his return to action in a slightly unfamiliar role at left-back. Struggled with the pace of Dyer and poor backpass almost led to de Guzman giving the visitors the lead.
Won a number of key headers on his return to league action and looked composed on the ball. Replaced by Toure as he began to tire.
Poor control led to him giving away the free-kick that led to the second Swansea goal before he hauled down Bony for the penalty. Lacked any composure on the ball but great diagonal ball helped create the winner.
Went on a number of driving runs from midfield, though the crucial pass was sometimes lacking from the England man. Scored a cracking curling effort from the edge of the area to put the hosts 2-0 up before following up his own shot to secure the win.
Unable to shield his defence effectively and put Skrtel under pressure with poor ball in the lead-up to the second goal. Looked more comfortable pushed forward in the second period.
A quiet afternoon for the Brazilian as he struggled to get involved in attacking areas. His touch was also lacking at times, even when he was pushed further forward when Allen came on.
Brilliant tackle and pass with the outside of his foot played in Sturridge for the opener before he tested Vorm himself from long range. Faded as the game wore on and lost the ball in the build-up to the penalty. Replaced soon after.
Showed great composure to round Vorm and score early on before great skill created the second. Also showed nice movement to nod Suarez's cross home for his second.
At his industrious best yet again, he troubled the Swansea defence throughout. Didn't have his shooting boots on but did find Sturridge with an excellent cross for the third goal.
Could do absolutely nothing to stop Liverpool score their first three goals, though could have held Henderson's initial shot for the fourth. Saved well from Sterling and Suarez.
Struggled with the pace and movement of the Liverpool strikers as he lost Sturridge for the third goal and infuriated Suarez with his physical style. Made one excellent block to deny the former.
Got forward well on the left but struggled to get to grips with Sturridge. Lack of pace was illustrated as the England striker left him for dead in the lead-up to the second.
Lost the ball in a crucial area for the first goal and never really recovered. Sent a free header wide and left Suarez in too much space to cross for the third Liverpool goal.
Assured in possession and did well as the man nominated to mark Suarez for most of the match. Aerial presence caused problems from set-pieces.
Caused Johnson plenty of problems with his pace on the Swansea right as his trickery led to Shelvey's strike. Also provided the cross from which Bony won the penalty.
J. de Guzmán
Whipped in free-kick created Bony's first and twice went close after the break. Should have done better when Mignolet saved before he was replaced.
Drove Swansea forward from midfield whenever they gained possession and scored with a wonderful first time shot on his Anfield return. Also won the free-kick that led to the second, but was unfortunately replaced at the break with an injury.
Began quietly but after a nice crossfield run in the build-up to Swansea's first goal he grew in confidence. Got the better of his battle with Flanagan.
Kept the visitors ticking over in midfield but saw some periods of the game pass him by as he struggled to keep up with the pace. Couldn't contain Henderson when he drove forward.
A real handful throughout, he deserved his two goals. Got in front of his man to head Swansea level before his presence led to the penalty which he converted.