Here are Vavel's talking points from the game
It was another impressive cameo performance from Thiago Alcantara. The midfielder was rested for this afternoon's encounter as Klopp presumably looks to manage his minutes ahead of a gruelling February schedule by using some of the close to fully-fit options available at Klopp's disposal.
However, with his side trailing, he replaced Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who had endured a frustrating afternoon at Anfield. Something that has become a familiar theme this season as he once more failed to get into prime gear while he was constantly robbed of the ball by his opponents.
The introduction of the Spaniard completely changed the Reds' approach play on the ball, as they were able to open up the Canaries' backline numerous times - a change Salah and Mane began to profit from.
He finished the game having completed 46 from 49 of his passes (94%), with his position in Klopp's strongest eleven growing week on week.
Saturday's victory marked Joe Gomez's first start in the Premier League in 468 days, his first since he injured his patella back in November 2020.
Although his start came in place of Trent Alexander-Arnold at full-back, he was impressive on the ball.
Despite the former Charlton scholar seeing himself as a centre-back long-term - with the form of Joel Matip, Virgil van Dijk and Ibrahima Konate so far this term - he has found it hard to break into Klopp's eleven in the league.
Meaning that minutes elsewhere will only be seen as a positive between now and May for the England international.
Mohamed Salah, again
It was another normal Saturday afternoon for Liverpool's Egyptian King, Mohamed Salah, as he reached the 150-goal landmark for the club he joined nearly five years ago - a feat that has taken him just 233 appearances.
For context, only Rodger Hunt has reached the same landmark quicker than the current Liverpool no.11.
Though it will be Salah's name etched into the record books once more, his latest feat is another feather in the cap of Michael Edwards and Klopp, the brains behind the pursuit of the Egyptian back in 2017.