Here are the key takeaways.
The Seagulls keeper somehow stayed on the pitch to the surprise of pundits and fans alike.
He was a threat all-game, providing Liverpool with a constant outlet and created two chances for his teammates.
However, Klopp will be have been most impressed by his defensive workrate.
He won back possession six times, and made two interceptions and two tackles.
Quite rightfully voted MOTM by the BT Sport commentators, the 25-year-old could be a key asset as the Reds chase down Manchester City in the title race.
Terrific Trent shines again
Trent Alexander-Arnold was once again brilliant at both ends of the pitch.
He was a threat as the Reds went forward, creating four chances, and completing more crosses (5/9) and more accurate long balls (7/11) than any other player.
It was when his side were on the back-foot that the 23-year-old was particularly impressive though.
He recovered two balls, and looked very strong in one-on-one duels.
The 23-year-old has definitely improved his position and anticipation since being dropped from the England squad last season.
He is the most complete he has ever been, and is well on the way to becoming the greatest full-back the Premier League has ever seen.
Best goalkeeper in the world?
"Ali is a world-class goalie but from my understanding he should not have to show that in each game.
‘He showed it again and that’s good, that’s why we have a clean sheet," Klopp said in his post match press-conference.
That clean sheet could prove the difference in what promises to be an extremely tight title race.
Salah to be assessed ahead of trip to Arsenal
Mo Salah could not catch a break in-front of goal before he was given the chance from 12-yards.
Having struck both posts against Inter, his deflected 57th minute shot hit the crossbar.
He had already rolled what seemed an easy finish wide after some lovely work from Diaz and shot straight at Sanchez from a tight angle in the first half.
He went down in the 64th minute and Liverpool took no precautions with their star man.
Klopp confirmed after the match that his injury needs to be assessed despite Salah.
"He thinks it's not serious but you can see when Mo Salah is sitting down then something is not 100 per cent right," Klopp told BT Sport.
Liverpool face a nervous wait to see if the Egyptian will be fit for a tough trip to Arsenal on Wednesday.