Crystal Palace - Liverpool was a unusual game, as the Eagles had plenty of chances but Jurgen Klopp's Reds were ruthless as they remain top of the Premier League table at Christmas after a resounding 7-0 win.
Liverpool ended a three-month wait for an away win in the Premier League in record fashion with a 7-0 thrashing of Crystal Palace.
Liverpool have never offered any hint of wanting to sell one of the modern legends who helped them win the Champions League and Premier League.
Liverpool built on the momentum of a last-minute victor that beat second-placed Tottenham in midweek as Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah scored twice at Selhurst Park, while Takumi Minamino, Sadio Mane and Jordan Henderson also netted. And oh yeah, they started with Mo Salah on the bench.
Salah told AS on Friday that his future may not necessarily lie with Liverpool, suggesting that a move to either Real Madrid or Barcelona could be on the cards before his retirement. Although they didn't play well and Keita, among others, kept giving the ball away in midfield, they found a way to stop drawing games away from home.
There have also been some poor results along the way, such as draws against Fulham and Brighton, as well as, of course, the shock 7-2 hammering at the hands of Aston Villa.
Roberto Firmino was the provider, and he too then subsequently got on the scoresheet himself, finishing off a great counter-attack on the stroke of half time.
Jordan Henderson ended any prospect of a Crystal Palace comeback when the Liverpool FC captain guided a finish past Vicente Guaita at the start of the second half. Palace didn't even threaten in the second half.
Firmino then added his second in the 68th minute, lifting over Guaita from Salah's incisive pass before the Egypt worldwide added a sixth with a close-range header nine minutes from time.