Glen Johnson: 7/10
A good performance for the England international, but it's a shame his teammates didn't really notice it.
He made several excellent runs down the right flank, but was largely ignored or bypassed. It opened things out for his colleagues, though, so his running benefited Jordan Henderson and freed up the space for him to use.
Martin Skrtel and Jamie Carragher: 7.5/10
Mathias Ranegie is a big man, but Skrtel and Carragher did a great job of nullifying his influence on the game.
They formed a solid, unbeatable duo, and the only scare occurred in the final 10 seconds of the match. Carragher's career is winding down, but Brendan Rodgers will be delighted he can count on the Anfield legend for games like this.
Jose Enrique: 6/10
Moving back to his regular, natural left-back spot, Jose Enrique put in a pretty decent shift. He was never truly troubled by Roberto Pereyra or Diego Fabbrini.
The attacking portion was mostly handled by Stewart Downing, leaving Enrique to put in three tackles and two interceptions.