Soon after a counter-attack saw Salah double the advantage as a pinpoint finish left Jordan Pickford with no chance.
Despite the apparent dominance and disproval from the home supporters, Everton got a foothold in the contest.
After the interval, it was Liverpool once again on the front foot and when Salah pounced on a mistake from Seamus Coleman on the halfway line the Egyptian wasn't going to be stopped from extending the lead.
Unsavoury scenes marred the event after the final on whistle on a night whereby the Reds were irresistible at times.
Salah, Mane and Jota were nigh-on unstoppable in full-flow and Jurgen Klopp will be delighted to see the potency in front of goal continue.
Roberto Firmino is set to return to the fold in the coming weeks and could be wondering whether or not his place in the side is guaranteed as the free-scoring goes on.
Jordan Henderson was simply subline through a true captains performance.
Not only did the 31-year-old open the scoring in style, but he was also at the heart of everything positive for the Reds and left the field knowing his display was out of the very top drawer.
Despite Klopp playing down the hyperbole pre-match, both Thiago and Virgil van Dijk, in particular, would've been delighted to reign supreme at Goodison Park having been injured in the fixture last season.