Alexis Mac Allister Scores 10 as One “Made Things Happen” in Liverpool Player Ratings vs Sheffield United

Below are the player ratings for Liverpool in their Premier League match against Sheffield United. Despite a shaky start, the Reds secured a 3-1 victory.

Caoimhin Kelleher: 8

An excellent early save set the tone, and his passing remained exceptional throughout. However, he was powerless to prevent the Sheffield United goal.

Conor Bradley: 6

Things didn’t quite come off for him tonight but his drive was fantastic.

Ibrahima Konaté: 7

Didn’t have much to do all night but controlled the Blades when asked to.

Virgil van Dijk: 7

As above, really.

Joe Gomez: 5

Unfortunately, no impact was made from the left-back position. A brief stint in the midfield during the second half didn’t last long.

Alexis Mac Allister: 10

This game was nearly flawless. Despite not being entirely comfortable in his role at the beginning of the season, Mac Allister dominated the match, securing an incredible winning goal and even striking the crossbar from a considerable distance. His performance was simply unbelievable.

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Ryan Gravenberch: 6

In his first start in more than a month, Gravenberch showcased glimpses of sharpness, yet his final execution fell short of expectations.

Dominik Szoboszlai: 6

Performed admirably, showcased some promising plays and highlights, yet struggled to capitalize in the crucial attacking zone.

Mohamed Salah: 6

A notably subdued match with few shots taken. Nonetheless, executed some excellent passes that warranted more opportunities. Substituted early, likely to conserve energy for Sunday’s game.

Luis Diaz: 6

Diaz had a relatively subdued evening. Opportunities didn’t quite materialize for him as they might have, despite his consistently strong execution of the fundamentals.

Darwin Nunez: 8

Scored the opener purely through pressing, which is a novelty. Made things happen, as always, and there’s no doubt now that Liverpool are better with him up top.


Andy Robertson: 8

The third goal was set up by an incredible cross, showcasing Andy Robertson’s top form. With him on the left flank, Liverpool became significantly more threatening and effective.

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Harvey Elliott: 6

Even if things weren’t perfect on the ball, Elliott’s intensity lifted Liverpool as soon as he was on. They needed it, too.

Curtis Jones: 7

Liverpool regained total dominance of the game upon Jones’s entrance. The combination of him and Mac Allister in midfield could potentially ensure uninterrupted possession, creating a formidable duo.

Cody Gakpo: 8

“Gakpo showcased his brightest performance in a while. Once he entered the game, he displayed creativity and determination, fully deserving the goal he scored.”

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