Liverpool got back to winning routes in the Chief Association as the Reds got a 1-0 win at Anfield against Brentford
This is the way Jurgen Klopp’s side performed on Merseyside in what could be a gigantic outcome for Liverpool in their bid to challenge for the Chief Association title.
Alisson Becker: 7 – While Brentford didn’t test Liverpool too gravely, the Honey bees actually had opportunities to cause some genuine harm, however Alisson Becker was at his elite best again today to keep a perfect sheet.
Trent Alexander-Arnold: 6 – In spite of bits of gossip about a change to midfield, Trent Alexander-Arnold began in his regular right-back position, however Brentford turned out to be super useful minutes down the fullback’s flank.
Joel Matip: 6 – Supplanting the harmed Ibrahima Konate, Joel Matip did barely to the point of preventing Brentford’s aggressors from causing destruction, with the safeguard looking crude in certain parts against the Honey bees.
Virgil van Dijk: 7 – One more expert execution from Virgil van Dijk, who was as titanic as could be expected at the back as Brentford flamed out fo the game rapidly in the last part
Kostas Tsimikas: 8 – A truly necessary great presentation for Kostas Tsimikas as the Greek worldwide assumed a vital part in Mohamed Salah’s second objective for Liverpool as well as helping Diogo Jota. Jurgen Klopp will be satisfied with how the safeguard played today.
Dominik Szoboszlai: 6 – An intriguing calm day for Dominik Szoboszlai as the Hungarian worldwide was constrained into a more cautious job close by Wataru Endo, however the midfielder dazzled against an inefficient Brentford side.
Wataru Endo: 7 – After Thursday night’s disasterclass, a decent exhibition was required from Wataru Endo, and the midfielder conveyed, with the £16m summer marking placing in quite possibly of his best showcase yet as a Liverpool player with an imperious.
Cody Gakpo: 7 – Beginning in the midfield three, Cody Gakpo helped out work in a new situation close by Dominik Szoboszlai and Wataru Endo, with the Dutch worldwide dazzling in a high level focal job.
Mohamed Salah: 8 – As proficient as consistently as the Egyptian winger protected the success for Liverpool with his eleventh and twelfth objectives of the time separately.
Darwin Nunez: 7 – One of Darwin Nunez’s unluckiest games to date as the striker had two objectives administered by VAR for offside. The assailant was exciting by and by for Liverpool, yet things simply didn’t go the forward’s way.
Diogo Jota: 6 – In spite of making the scoresheet with an exceptional objective, it was a game to forget for Diogo Jota, who will be disappointed with how calm he was for the majority of the apparatus against Brentford.
Harvey Elliott: 6 – Did well late on to test Imprint Flekken and to assist Liverpool with affirming their 3-0 win.
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