Liverpool 5-0 Norwich City
Liverpool emphatically beat the Canaries in a 5-0 Anfield demolition to move up to 7th in the Premier League.
Daniel Sturridge became the first Liverpool first player to score in each of his first three appearances for nearly 40 years, a record stretching back to Ray Kennedy's Liverpool arrival.
And a game that saw Sturridge and start together for the first time saw both players register on the scoresheet.
Initially it looked like Norwich's rearguard action would bring dividends as the reds struggled to make their way through a packed defence.
However, much maligned midfielder Jordan Henderson set the reds off on their way with an exquisite opening goal mid way through the first half.
The floodgates were opened and when Lucas Leiva sent a through ball, dummied by Sturridge, it was Suarez who latched on to it before clinically executing a shot into the corner of the goal to double the reds advantage.
Kicking towards the Kop in the second half, Liverpool moved up another gear.
So often Liverpool have lacked that striker in the box to get on to the end of crosses, so when Downing sent over a cross - Sturridge was on hand to grab another tap-in.
Gerrard scored Liverpool's fourth, a fine shot from the edge of the box that went straight in to the bottom corner.
Substitute Raheem Sterling had a crucial hand in the fifth goal - his cross into the 6 yard box turned in to his own net by Norwich's Bennett.
Liverpool continue to be a bogey team for Norwich, and the reds have now scored 12 without conceding in the last 3 Premier League fixtures at Anfield.
Next up in the league are tricky ties against Arsenal and Manchester City - who will provide a much tougher test than Chris Hughton's men.