When Liverpool swept aside the then Premier League leaders Arsenal 5-1 at Anfield earlier this month, it proved to the rest of the world what Kopites have been saying all season—the Reds' attack is superb.
Daniel Taylor of the Guardian wrote of the humbling of the Gunners:
They were overwhelmed in that dazzling blur of attack after attack when Liverpool scored four times in the opening 19 minutes and Wenger should probably just be grateful the humiliation did not become even more degrading once Raheem Sterling made it 5-0 early in the second half.
The fact that Brendan Rodgers' men have scored just two less than Manchester City's 68 Premier League goals this season is testament to a ruthless Liverpool attacking threat.
Here, we rank the men who make up that attacking artillery—and there's no prizes for guessing who's in first place.