Liverpool poured further misery onto Aston Villa's disastrous Premier League campaign on Sunday, crushing the villians 6-0 at Villa Park.
Daniel Sturridge opened the scoring on 16 minutes - his first away goal for almost two years - heading Philippe Coutinho's pin-point ball from the left wing past Mark Bunn.
Just 10 minutes later and from almost exactly the same position, Liverpool went two-head. James Milner's deep cross into the box was missed by everyone in the area and somehow found its way into the back of the net.
Emre Can added a third after the interval with a strike from outside the box following a mistake from Leandro Bacuna, before second-half substitute Divock Origi found the bottom corner just seconds after entering the action.
Moments later, Liverpool added a humiliating fifth after some chaotic Defending Inside the Villa defence allowed Nathaniel Clyne to tap in from close range.
But there was still more for Villa to endure, with Kolo Toure ducking to head in his first-ever Liverpool goal after some shambolic defending inside the area.