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The front three had a field day in the second half at Anfield.
Raheem Sterling had a key part in two of the three Liverpool goals, as did Jose Enrique and Luis Suarez.
Sterling's interception led to his assist of Luis Suarez's first goal, and his blocked shot allowed Jose Enrique to score his first in red.
Jose Enrique, as mentioned above, scored, but also provided Suarez with his second with a delightful run and threaded ball.
Luis Suarez was against exceptional, scoring two fantastic goals and going close to getting a hat-trick.
It looks as if Jose Enrique is relishing is role as left-winger. Some might recall the similar transformation Gareth Bale made to become the player he is today. Let's hope for the same from the speedy Spaniard, who has a real claim to become the third in Liverpool's attacking three.
Luis Suarez was exceptional yet again, I run out of superlatives to describe the Uruguayan, who now tops the goalscoring charts. Even when he wasn't scoring, the movement in and around (and usually past) defenders was astounding.
Raheem Sterling: 7.5
Luis Suarez: 8.5
Jose Enrique: 8.5*
*Man of the match.