Liverpool’s players were rated after their pre-season match in Bangkok against Manchester United ended in a 4-0 loss. Despite a bad outing, Carvalho’s performance is something to look out for, let’s have a look at Liverpool’s player ratings.
Carvalho sets an impression & Player Ratings
Nearly as passionately as a goal, an early pass to Chambers received attention. couldn’t stop United’s opening three goals.
He caused issues for United going forward, but poor defending made him responsible for United’s first goal. afterwards atoned for it with a strong block to stop Rashford.
When United attacked him from a distance, he wasn’t always the most persuasive. superior while tackling a ball in the air. shaky evening.
composed in the air and Liverpool’s top back. His pursuit of a goal is unwavering.
Sancho and Martial were given some challenging circumstances, but they will have learned from the experience.
was to provide the occasionally overrun midfield some stability.
Fred was stopped by a covering tackle, who also displayed his adaptability by occasionally appearing all over the United area.
Hit the inside of the post and seemed to be extremely active. promising first look at the summer acquisition.
started out strong and kept his form, finding openings with his quick footwork and distribution.
caused some issues when linking the play and dropping deep. Distribution is still accurate.
wowed the crowd, gave Dalot a headache, and drew a good stop from De Gea before hitting the post with his direct running.
Melkamu Frauendorf (for Mabaya 30)
The Liverpool defense’s right flank kept its athletic appearance. He had a great experience.
Joel Matip (for Gomez 30)
The Cameroonian still has minutes to go.
Rhys Williams (for Phillips 30)
Had hardly adjusted when Martial robbed him and sprinted away to score the third. Consequently, seemed a little uneasy.
Kostas Tsimikas (for Chambers 30)
made a single teaser cross. There is less and less to be done defensively.
Stefan Bajcetic (for Henderson 30)
A few moments of calm during the youngster’s motivating outing.
Leighton Clarkson (for Morton 30)
emphasized once more the reasons his passing has long been lauded at the club.
James Milner (for Carvalho 30)
The preseason devil was positioned as a forward in several games. Moreover, McTominay was thrown to the ground after one robust challenge.
Oxlade-Chamberlain (for Elliott 30)
Good ball-winching pressure and dynamic appearance. Maybe a proof point?
Bobby Clark (for Firmino 30)
Fantastic prize after a successful first season at the Academy for the adolescent directing the attack.
Curtis Jones (for Diaz 30)
did well when bursting into space but shortly before halftime, couldn’t quite get the finish.
Adrian (for Alisson 46)
Observed a free-kick fly out of play and the last goal by United having little chance.
Trent Alexander-Arnold (for Frauendorf 60)
Massive applause was heard from the Liverpool supporters after a quick link-up with Salah down the right.
Virgil van Dijk (for Matip 60)
Another person that might like some gaming time.
Ibrahima Konate (for Williams 60)
However, was found upfield for United’s fourth goal after some strong interceptions.
Andy Robertson (for Tsimikas 60)
He may break forward with a few suggestions, but this was a restrained display.
Fabinho (for Bajcetic 60)
Before reaching something resembling his stride in the final 10 minutes, he was a little rusty.
Naby Keita (for Clarkson 60)
With one of his characteristic quick passes with the outside of his right foot, Nunez was almost freed.
Thiago Alcantara (for Milner 60)
It’s good to see him playing after he didn’t fully participate in Monday’s training session.
Mohamed Salah (for Oxlade-Chamberlain 60)
After signing his new deal, he appeared smart and was undoubtedly the audience’s favorite. with a beautiful curling effort struck the post.