Liverpool's resounding 5-0 victory at Tottenham in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon was simply sensational.
At the start of a difficult run of games for the Reds over the festive period, Brendan Rodgers' side started perfectly, sweeping aside Andre Villas-Boas' shell-shocked Tottenham.
Liverpool's tenth win of the season, along with Luis Suarez's 16th and 17th goals of the campaign, put the Reds in the driving seat to join the title race.
Raheem Sterling produced an outstanding performance, especially in the first half, to prove that he is growing into a very exciting player indeed.
Jordan Henderson was undoubtedly Liverpool's man of the match, contributing to the side's organisation and attacking drives.
However, whilst Jon Flanagan got himself an exquisitely taken goal, there were moments he was left exposed at the back—is he the long-term solution to Liverpool's left-back problems?
All these superlatives without Daniel Sturridge and captain Steven Gerrard. Liverpool certainly proved they can beat the opposition with the resources they have deeper in the squad.