Liverpool continued their impressive start to the English Premier League campaign with a 5-1 massacre of 10-man Hull City at Anfield on Saturday.
It was the Reds' fourth straight win this season.
A brace from the spot from James Milner and strikes from Adam Lalana, Sadio Mane and Philippe Coutinho means Liverpool maintain their unbeaten record at Anfield against Hull City.
Adam Lalana opened scoring after 17 minutes firing a low drive right inside the box into the corner of the net after receiving a fine pass from Philippe Coutinho. James Milner doubled the lead for the Reds from the spot in the 30th minute after Ahmed Elmohamady used his hand to stop Philippe Coutinho's goal bound shot from Firmino's pull-back.
Sadio Mane made it 3-0 after 36 minutes when he turned in Lalana's cross.
In the second half, David Meyler pulled one back when he latched on to a Robert Snodgrass' corner in the in the 52nd minute it give the Tigers something to cheer in a rather one-sided affair.
Milner tucked away his second goal of the match and Liverpool's fifth from the spot following a foul on Daniel Sturridge in the box by Andrew Robertson.
The win sees Liverpool rise to third in the table with a superior goal difference ahead of their Merseyside rivals Everton who lost to AFC Bournemouth with Arsenal and Chelsea yet to play.
Liverpool travel to Swansea City in their next game while Hull will be seeking redemption with a home tie against Chelsea next Saturday.
In other matches on Saturday, Bournemouth ended Everton's unbeaten start to the league season with a 1-0, while Crystal Palace came from 2-0 down to beat Sunderland 3-2.