Liverpool bounced back from a 3-1 defeat to Manchester City with a thumping 3-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane.
Simon Mignolet 7 - Made a fine save from Nacer Chadli in the first half, but was given little to do from then on.
Javier Manquillo 8 - Excellent game from the Spaniard who will make the position his own with more displays like today. Capable defensively and going forward, Manquillo looks like the long-term solution to Glen Johnson.
Dejan Lovren 8 - Strong display from the Croatian, who showed excellent tackling and composure in defence - with time, he could be the centre back Liverpool have been looking for.
Mamadou Sakho 7 - Liverpool looked better today with Manquillo and Sakho in for Glen Johnson and Martin Skrtel, even if the Frenchman does continue to look clumsy at times.
Alberto Moreno 9 - Outstanding display from Moreno. He was quick, incisive and dangerous going forward, and was duly rewarded with a superbly taken goal.
Steven Gerrard 7 - His long range passing was off in the first half and yet he continued to play Hollywood passes. Did notch a goal from the penalty spot but could've been more careful with his passing.
Joe Allen 6 - Went down far too easily for the penalty, and somehow only managed to touch the ball 26 times despite playing for an hour.
Jordan Henderson 8 - continues to show that he's more important to this Liverpool midfield than Gerrard with passing, energy and well timed forward runs. Integral in a great Liverpool win.
Raheem Sterling 9 - the star of the show, Sterling threatened with his pace and whilst he notched one goal in the first half, he was unlucky not to have a second after a dazzling run past a number of Spurs defenders.
Daniel Sturridge 8 - didn't get his name on the scoresheet but was dangerous again, flashing good chemistry with Balotelli and played a great through ball to Henderson for the opening goal.
Mario Balotelli 7 - Balotelli's return could've been better, but he was a threat throughout despite his limited impact on the ball. Missed a couple of good chances but his link up play was good at times.
Lazar Markovic 6 - came on just after Moreno's goal and kept things neat and tidy, but didn't offer a great deal going forward.
Emre Can 6 - solidified the Liverpool midfield even though he only had 18 touches of the ball.
Jose Enrique - wasn't on the pitch long enough.