Roberto Firmino grabbed a brace as Liverpool swatted aside second-placed Leicester at the King Power Stadium.
Brazilian Firmino nodded in the opener after a classy Trent Alexander-Arnold delivery into the box as the Reds edged the first half.
After the break, table-toppers Liverpool broke free with a perfect example of goalscoring to move 13 points clear at the top of the Premier League.
James Milner, with his first touch after replacing Naby Keita, slotted in a penalty after Caglar Soyuncu had handled in the box.
Then it was the Alexander-Arnold show firstly he powered in a low cross to find Firmino at the back post, where the striker controlled and smashed into the top corner.
Before the right-back was released by Sadio Mane and drilled into the bottom corner.