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Origi Rangrit grades Liverpool players as they beat Wolves 1-0 in injury time – Player Ratings

Liverpool player ratings

Alisson Becker – 6/10
didn’t face a difficult task but was focused on the game in Wolves

Trent Alexander-Arnold’s counter- attack defense . 7/10
Involved in continuous games, especially adding up to the cross ball for teammates to continually win goals on the right side. Including a golden opportunity to fall into the penalty area in the first half

Joel Matip – 6/10
Like other defensive lines that are often not pressured when the team is in possession of the ball to attack. continuously Maintaining a satisfactory defense against counter-attacks to some extent.

Virgil van Dijk – 6/10
leads in the back. Keeping the rhythm of the home team’s

attack Andy Robertson – 6/10 B rocking the attacking game almost throughout the game. Involved in dealing with Adama Traore in a quick counter-attack for the defenders.

Jordan Henderson – 6/10
Supporting the game in the back area. Alexander-Arnold When full-back teammates fill up high,

Fabinho – 6/10
doesn’t face a difficult task in midfield other than brakes, Adama Traore counter-attacked to receive a yellow card for

Thiago Al. Cantara – 7/10
is the centerpiece of Liverpool’s offensive drive, wielding a beautiful killer pass.

Mohamed Salah – 6/10,
causing problems for the home team’s defensive line when they have the ball in possession, but they’re stuck so they can’t create chances like this

. Diogo Jota – 7/10
has a golden chance. Countless times but missed six goals both from a hard header in the first half and an incredible shot blocked at Wolves’ goal line in the second half.

Sadio Mane – 5/10
1 A key pass with two shots and one dribbling pass was the record from the Senegal star’s quiet game. This game, a golden chance to lure in the long-range targets, but not past Jose Sa.