Liverpool 4-3 Leeds: Reds Player Ratings Emerge As Three Stars Disappoint Klopp

Liverpool had to rely on Mohamed Salah to save them from the hands of Leeds.

His late spot-kick saw the Egyptian complete his hat-trick and earn the Reds a valuable three points.

Here's the Liverpool players' ratings:

Alisson – 6

Wasn't really at fault but did look a little slow to react at times. Understandable given the break.

Trent Alexander-Arnold – 6

Was skinned by Leeds attacker Jack Harrison for the leveller.

Joe Gomez – 5

Was also questionable for Leeds' opener

Virgil van Dijk – 6

The imperious Dutchman went from hero to zero in the first half. He scored with a well-timed header from Andy Robertson's corner before gifting Leeds a second goal, flicking the ball unconvincingly into the path of Patrick Bamford, who tucked home. Too casual. Did score a fourth which was ruled out for a foul.

Andy Robertson – 7

Lacking sharpness but still a big asset to this Liverpool side. His inviting corner was headed home by Van Dijk in the first half.

Gini Wijnaldum – 6

Criminally under-appreciated at Anfield, although this wasn't his finest performance. He kept things ticking over with some smart interceptions.

Jordan Henderson – 6

Liverpool's captain did not look like he hadn't played in months. Energetic and was always looking to move the play forward.

Naby Keita – 5

Failed to lay down a marker that he should be a regular starter in midfield. This is his biggest season to date at the club but he needs to find consistency.

Mohamed Salah – 10

He played like his life depended on it. Razor sharp from the get-go and looked like a man who wanted to win the Premier League golden boot. His penalty was ruthless, while his second was the pick of the goals. Showed composure from the spot to earn all three points under pressure.

Sadio Mane – 6

A real spark but nothing really came off for him. Couldn't be faulted though as worked tirelessly.

Roberto Firmino – 5

Cut the ball back across goal well but sometimes guilty of not shooting when in on goal. That's his unselfish nature but he was not at the races. Squandered a golden chance to win the game late on.


Fabinho – 6

Did not really have a say in this game until he won the crucial penalty. There is also an argument that he should have started.

Curtis Jones – 5

Poor. Did not track the runner in Klich and also fouled Robin Koch as Van Dijk struck a disallowed fourth goal.

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Joel Matip – N/A

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