Jurgen Klopp's side had as of now reserved their spot in the knockout stages as Group B victors, however they didn't settle for the status quo at Anfield.
Thiago struggles with Liverpool, battling to recover the structure that made him a Champions League victor at Bayern Munich.
The Spanish midfielder gave a brief look at his ability with a formed presentation covered by a rankling long-range strike to put Liverpool ahead in the subsequent half.
Mohamed Salah fixed Liverpool's fifth progressive gathering triumph with his seventeenth objective this season.
Porto are second in the gathering, one point in front of Atletico Madrid and AC Milan, leaving Sergio Conceicao's group expecting to beat the Spanish heroes in their keep going match on December 7 to progress close by Liverpool.
With Liverpool qualified in their past game, Klopp could bear to rest a portion of his central participants toward the beginning of a chaotic winter plan.
Liverpool don't have an unfilled midweek left in 2021 and face nine games in all contests in December.
"In this season of the period, the clinical office has a major hand in line-ups," Klopp said for this present week.
Liverpool's 19-year-old midfielder Tyler Morton made his Champions League debut, with Neco Williams, Ibrahima Konate and Takumi Minamino likewise coming in.
Key details for forthcoming match among Liverpool and Southampton planned for 2021-11-27 15:00 GMT.
Morton's first-group debut just came in September, while he showed up as a late substitute against Arsenal at the end of the week.
Klopp says Morton has "every one of the instruments" and he didn't watch awkward on the huge stage.
Porto were inches away from starting to lead the pack when Otavio looted Kostas Tsimikas and whipped a cross towards Mehdi Taremi, whose header hit Joel Matip and redirected simply wide.
Minutes after the fact, Luis Diaz's deft pass chose Otavio's run into the Liverpool region, yet Tsimikas made a thrusting last-ditch tackle that constrained the midfielder to jab wide.
Porto experienced a blow when their veteran safeguard Pepe saw his 100th Champions League start reduced by a physical issue halfway through the primary half.
Liverpool ought to have gone on when Salah delivered a manageable completion after Porto attendant Diogo Costa miskicked a leeway that cannoned off Sadio Mane's face to the Egyptian.
Mane thought he had scored in the 37th moment when he ran onto Thiago's pass and opened home, yet a VAR check showed the Senegal forward was hardly offside.
At the point when Mateus Uribe turned to fire simply wide before long half-time, it appeared Porto were starting to take control.
Be that as it may, it was Klopp's men who made the advancement because of Thiago's snapshot of enchantment in the 52nd moment.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's free-kick was taken off to Thiago and he penetrated a great 25-yard drive past Costa.
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