After Jonas Lossl denied Mohamed Salah from the penalty spot at the end of the first-half, the Reds eventually broke the deadlock early in the second period.
Forward Daniel Sturridge capitalised on Tommy Smith’s mis-placed back header to open the scoring with Roberto Firmino and Georginio Wijnaldum claiming the Reds' second and third.
But who was Huddersfield Town's Man of the Match? Have a look below at Blake Welton’s assessment and have your say with our gadget as well.
Despite conceding three, made a string of fine saves including one from the penalty spot - 7
Not the best outing for the skipper, at fault for the penalty and Liverpool’s opener - 6
A good battle with Daniel Sturridge but was caught out a few times - especially in the air - 6
Built on the impressive display against Manchester United with another one at Anfield - 7 (MOTM)
Literally gave blood for the cause but it wasn’t enough for the left-back on the day - 6
Tried to replicate his heroics of last weekend but struggled to make an impact - 6
Was outshone by Liverpool duo Jordan Henderson and James Milner in central midfield - 6
Rajiv van La Parra
A lively start for the Dutchman before sadly being forced off with a knock early on - 6
A few set pieces caused havoc but the Australian was never able to get into the game - 6
An unhappy return to the club where he started his professional career - 6
Worked tirelessly upfront but was left isolated too often - particularly in the second-half - 6
Elias Kachunga (for Rajiv van La Parra, 34) - Flattered to deceive on his introduction - 6
Florent Hadergjonaj (for Tommy Smith, 69) - Struggled to make an impact - 6
Steve Mounié (for Danny Williams, 69) - Still looks off the pace after his injury lay-off - 6