Liverpool Player Ratings as Alexis Mac Allister Was Superb in Premier League Win vs Brighton

Liverpool strengthened their bid for the Premier League title with a comeback win against Brighton at Anfield on Sunday.

Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah scored to overturn Danny Welbeck’s early goal, securing a hard-fought 2-1 victory for the Reds. Now, the Newsnow Liverpool rates Jurgen Klopp’s squad performance after this crucial triumph.

Caoimhin Kelleher 7

Welbeck’s opener left no room for doubt, but otherwise, the goalkeeper remained unchallenged until he made an excellent save to deny Dunk in the second half.

Conor Bradley 7

Created havoc for the Brighton defense with his direct runs, although encountered difficulties defensively in the first half against Estupinan and Welbeck. Displayed tenacious tackling in the second half to maintain pressure effectively.

Jarell Quansah 7

At times, caught out by Brighton forwards’ speed while filling in for Bradley initially, but showcased solid defensive skills in the second half. Demonstrated adeptness in bringing the ball out from the back and remained composed in crucial situations.

Virgil van Dijk 6

Block ahead of Moder inadvertently set up Welbeck to score the opening goal. While strong in aerial duels, Block found himself out of position several times in the second half, earning a booking in the process.

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Joe Gomez 8

Operated predominantly as an inverted left-back, frequently venturing into midfield positions. Demonstrated tidy ball control and made several notable defensive interventions. Booked.

Wataru Endo 7

Brighton’s speed proved challenging to handle in the initial stages, but they quickly began making impactful tackles. In the second half, they maintained high pressure and executed some impressive defensive headers. Booked

Dominik Szoboszlai 7

He had difficulty asserting himself before the break and was a bit sluggish in possession, though he did manage to create one chance for Salah. However, he transformed into a different player in the second half, coming close with one shot and contributing to the build-up for the second goal before being substituted.

Alexis Mac Allister 9

Probed throughout the first half with his passing and willingness to shoot. Strong in the tackle and the press and used possession intelligently, not least with superb assist for the winner. Booked.

Mohamed Salah 7

A peculiar match unfolded with a series of promising starts thwarted by subpar execution or choices. However, the team remained vigilant, contributing to the equalizer before securing the winning goal. Despite a strong effort, they were thwarted from scoring again by an impressive save.

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Darwin Nunez 6

Initially called for a penalty early in the game, but otherwise had a subdued performance until striking the post from an awkward position. Showed commendable effort and managed to force a save from Verbruggen in the second half before being substituted.

Luis Diaz 7

Initially on the fringes of the game, but swiftly capitalized on an opportunity to score a clever equalizer, gaining confidence as the match progressed. Put in a solid effort in the second half before being substituted.

Harvey Elliott (for Nunez 82) 7

Created one chance for Salah in another busy cameo.

Cody Gakpo (for Diaz 89)

Looked to hold the ball up. Booked.

Ryan Gravenberch (for Szoboszlai 90+4)


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