Grading Liverpool’s players in the Premier League game, the match where 2 Reds lost to Spurs in a sinful minute 2-1 : Player Ratings

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The Reds lost to the Golden Spurs in a very disappointing way with Joel Matip scoring an own goal in the last minute of injury time. As a result, the team returns home without points this weekend.

Grading Liverpool's players in the Premier League game, the match where 2 Reds lost to Spurs in a sinful minute 2-1 : Player Ratings

Liverpool player ratings

Alisson Becker – 7

had a chance to make a save to help the team in this game. But because there were fewer players, the team changed to playing like a bus until the space in the penalty area was crowded. Makes the work not so difficult in the late game

Virgil van Dijk – 6

was the final clean-up. Keep closing the area in the penalty area. Overall in the defensive game it is considered to be good. There were some additional moments to try to score a goal.

Joel Matip – 6

The defense did a good job throughout the game. There were many beautiful tackles, but unfortunately today he was the one who scored the winning goal for Spurs in injury time.

Joe Gomez – 6,

borrowed to control the defense at right-back. There was hardly any attacking play throughout the game because there were fewer players. Dealing with Spurs’ left-side attack game quite well.

Andy Robertson – 7

, aggressive in tackling. Today, the burden is heavy, having to both step back and play defense and also have to add a high attacking game to help create opportunities.

Curtis Jones – 5

Unfortunately, the timing of the insertion slipped on the ball and caused him to hit Sarr in the shin, who initially received only a yellow card, but after going to see VAR, Simon Hooper upgraded it to a red card and sent him off. From the field before the first half hour of the game

Alexis Mac Allister – 6

Continues to focus on defending and coming out from the back. The work doesn’t have anything outstanding. But it helps chase the ball when the สมัคร ufabet team has fewer players and is substituted at the end.

Dominik Szoboszlai – 7

plays a heavy role in both chasing the ball and helping to create the attacking game. Today there were some beautiful moments in the game, which of course has become a main player that Liverpool can’t live without.

Luis Diaz – 7

, striking with an attacking attack on the left that today seems to cause problems on the counter-attack. There was also a chance to score a goal but it was ruled offside even though it was rather unsightly and VAR didn’t draw a line.

Cody Gadpo – 7 Often

has the chance to get the ball in dangerous areas. But today the first ball looked a bit lacking. However, he came to score the equalizer from the turn and scored a beautiful shot before the end of the first half and had to sacrifice with an injury and was substituted at half time.

Mohamed Salah – 6

The first half was quite bad with the offensive game in the counter-attack game. There was a moment when Diaz slipped away to shoot but was pulled back. The second half was heavy on chasing the ball to help the defense. Today he did his best even though he was not named as the scorer.


Diogo Jota (in place of Gakpo, 46th) – 4

didn’t come on in time and was distracted until he received two yellow cards in a row and was sent off, leaving the team with 9 people in the final 20 minutes.

Ibrahima Konate (replacing Diaz 74) – 6

came to help block the defense in the penalty area. After the team is left with 9 people

Trent Alexander Arnold (replacing Gomez 74) – recovered from

injury and returned to the field. Waiting to play the game along the right side, hoping to play a counter-attack game. Which today still can’t do much In addition, the defensive game clearly has problems in one-on-one duels.

Wataru Endo (replacing Salah, 74) – 6

came in to help chase the ball in the middle of the field, diligent in chasing and pressing and compressing space well.

Ryan Gravenburch (replacing Mac Allister, 80) – 5,

adding freshness to the midfield. There were some moments of inserting and collecting the ball in the front zone.