Liverpool 0-1 Brighton: Player Ratings

Priyasha Bhowmik
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It has been an extremely difficult and sub par night for Liverpool. Two home defeats in a row. Here are my player ratings for the 0-1 loss to Brighton.

Liverpool lose 0-1 to Brighton

Caohmin Kelleher 7

Only player who showed he cared for his team.

Liverpool Defenders

Trent Alexander-Arnold 5

Not a shambolic game, but average games are what that may cost a game. Put in a lot of misplaced passes/crosses

Jordan Henderson 5.5

Was not very vocal tonight, did his job as well as he could being out of position.

Nathaniel Phillips 5.5

Is evidently improving as a player. Had a good first half, but that’s all. Could have done better for the goal.

Andrew Robertson 5.5

Like Phillips, was trying very hard in the first half. Lost train of thought in the second one.

Liverpool Midfielders

Georginio Wjinaldum 5

Pretty anonymous game. Substituted for Oxlade-Chamberlain at the 64th minute.

James Milner 5.5

Was everywhere during the starting minutes. Fuzzed out, gradually.

Thiago Alcantara 5

Another player who was not particular noticeable today. Struggled to break down Brighton, like his team mates.

Liverpool Attackers

Roberto Firmino 5

Yet again, Firmino looked clueless against a team playing a low block. Substituted for Jones at the 79th minute.

Xherdan Shaqiri 5

Clearly struggled and looked uncomfortable on the left wing. Substituted for Origi at the 64th minute.

Mohamed Salah 5.5

Squandered a beautiful ball by Henderson within the first couple of minutes. Struggled to get the ball in the penalty box, although he did try.

Liverpool Substitute Ratings

Divick Origi- 4

Did absolutely nothing to contribute to the team. Was shocked when he was subbed on.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlein4.5

Tried scoring from distance in typical Ox fashion, to no avail. Another surprise substitute.

Curtis Jones- N/A

Didn’t get enough minutes to make any kind of impact.

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