Manchester United 0 Liverpool 3 - player ratings: Who scored highest at Old Trafford - Steven Gerrard or Luis Suarez?
All the player ratings from the one-sided contest at Old Trafford
Liverpool dominated from the opening whistle to the last at Old Trafford on Sunday, convincingly defeating the struggling Premier League champions 3-0.
Steven Gerrard helped himself to two goals in the masterclass - both from the spot - and even missed a third penalty in the dying stages. Luis Suarez was on hand to make it three, and in truth it could well have been more.
Nemanja Vidic was dismissed for United for a second yellow card, although it was a cheeky tumble from Daniel Sturridge to deceive the referee.
So who was the man of the match? And did any of United's players gain any credit at all? See all of the ratings below...
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