Mohamed Salah opened his account for the season, Sadio Mane scored twice and Daniel Sturridge added a late fourth in an impressive display by Klopp's men as £65 million ($83 million) goalkeeper Alisson Becker kept a clean sheet on debut.
It was a performance that we have come to expect week in week out with this Klopp team, being calm, collected, fast, strong and clinical.
"As one of the more experienced players, I know what we are about to face at Anfield later that day, the atmosphere, the intensity, top opposition".
"We played as good as possible today and we extended a really good pre-season into the Premier League", Klopp said. But there still could be a question mark. And in the moments when he gets the ball, you can see he is quite a nice footballer.
Well, Carragher was soon proven wrong.
For Liverpool's sake, I hope he is the new Sturridge. He is such a well-rounded midfielder with unbelievable qualities and he ran the show in the middle of the park.
"After we lost that game we continue exactly the same, try to play as well as we can, try to play win as many points as we can".
Mohamed Salah got his season running in just 19 minutes, prodding the ball home from inside the six-yard box after some lovely build-up play saw Andrew Robertson slide the ball across to the Egyptian. Liverpool, on the other hand, already looks like the finished product.
"Naby had six weeks' pre-season with us". Keita has been the main man.
Few would have predicted that the former Chelsea star would ever score in a Liverpool shirt again before this summer but given the amount of games on the agenda for the Reds this term, there is now a real chance that his career on Merseyside has been revived just before the last rites were about to be issued.
It fuels the optimism that this will be the season when the club ends it's long wait for a first league title in the Premier League era, but I would strike some notes of caution when it comes to making that kind of bold prediction. "But a few goals, a clean sheet at home and a win is pretty much the flawless start to the season". The 28-year-old will replace Arthur Masuaku on the left. One of which was a key pass that started the build-up to Salah's goal when he picked up the ball and made a driving run, making a perfectly waited pass for Andrew Robertson to square the ball to last season's golden boot victor.
An extended stay in English football has been mooted for the Ivorian, with his agent, Dimitri Seluk, claiming that Toure would happily join an ambitious side "with a salary of £1 per week" - such is his desire to get one over on former boss Pep Guardiola.