Liverpool players’ rankings: one star sticks out in a decisive victory over Brighton


Player rankings and scores for Liverpool following their Premier League match at home against Brighton
Liverpool defeated Brighton at Anfield on Sunday, preserving their Premier League title challenge.

Danny Welbeck’s early opening was eliminated by goals from Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah, giving the Reds a thrilling 2-1 victory.

And now, following yet another significant triumph, the ECHO ranks Jurgen Klopp’s team.

Caoimhin Kelleher 7

Totally no chance with Welbeck’s first goal, but otherwise ineffective until a superb save to prevent Dunk in the second half.

Bradley Conor 7

sparked mayhem in the Brighton defense with his straight runs, but he occasionally had defensive issues in the first half when facing Welbeck and Estupinan. After the interval, tenacious tackling became crucial to maintaining pressure.

Jarell Quansah 7

When covering for Bradley early on, the speed of the Brighton strikers occasionally exposed him, but there were some outstanding defensive moments in the second half. pushed the ball out of the back well and maintained composure under pressure.

Van Dijk 6

Welbeck opened the score when a block ahead of Moder inadvertently set him up. dominant in the air, but in the second half, they started to drift off course. Reserved.

Joe Gomez 8

Saw a lot of the ball being played with the left back inverted, frequently in midfield areas. Sufficiently organized and, most all, some skillful defensive manoeuvres. Reserved.

Endo Wataru 7

During the first few exchanges, Brighton’s counter-speed was difficult to handle, but they quickly began to make crucial tackles. Pressure was maintained in the second half with some strong defensive headers. Reserved.

Dominik Szoboszlai 7

Despite creating one opportunity for Salah, he was a little sluggish in possession and unable to establish himself before the break.

Second half: different player, close with a single shot and a hand in the second goal. replaced.

Alexis Mac Allister 9

tested with his passing and shooting prowess during the first half. strong in the press and tackle, and they made wise use of possession, not to mention their outstanding assist for the winner. Reserved.

Mohamed Salah 7

Strange game where several golden opportunities were lost due to subpar finishing or decision-making, yet the players were still vigilant to help secure the equalizer before putting away the game-winning second. denied another goal with a superb stop.

Darwin Nunez 6

Early on, there was a scream for a penalty, but other than that, nothing happened until he struck the post while prone. Verbruggen made a forced save in the second half without making a mistake. replaced.
Luis Diaz 7

Quite ineffective in the first quarter, but they quickly recovered to score an ingenious equalizer and gained confidence. Second half shift correctly. replaced.

For Nunez 82, Harvey Elliott 7

gave Salah one opportunity in a hectic cameo.

Gakpo Cody (for Diaz 89)
appeared to lift the ball. Reserved.

Ryan Gravenberch (for the 90+4 Szoboszlai)



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