Cody Gakpo gets 10 but who was the Man of the Match? Liverpool 7-0 Man United – Player Ratings
Liverpool were simply magnificent as they delivered a performance that stunned many spectators across the globe while thumping Man United 7-0 on Sunday.
Liverpool vs Manchester United: Player Ratings
Goalkeepers and Defenders
Alisson Becker- 9/10
On a day when he could watch most of the action, Alisson was his usual calm self between the sticks.
Trent Alexander-Arnold- 10/10
This was one of Alexander-Arnold’s greatest performances of the season thus far. He has improved in recent games.
There were several incisive runs and passes in the offensive third, while on the defensive end, he dealt effectively with Bruno Fernandes’ wandering left-sided role.
Van Dijk – 10/10
Van Dijk performed flawlessly this time and has recently appeared to be back to his best.
Ibrahima Konate – 10/10
The Frenchman displayed excellent positional awareness by making crucial interceptions. And on one occasion, he also made a stunning burst forward.
Andy Robertson – 10/10
Robertson replaced Kostas Tsimikas and had a typically incisive and prickly performance that more than justified his performance.
Elliot – 10/10
The teenager did really well overall, though, proving to be purposeful in possession and capable of breaking the lines with quick feet and vision.
There was one wrong moment, a sloppy pass that put the Reds in trouble, but he justified his inclusion and registered an assist
Fabinho – 10/10
This was another indication that Fabinho is moving in the right direction. His recent performances have shown promise.
Henderson – 10/10
After an abysmal season, Henderson joined the club again, although he excelled in a rare left-sided No. 8 position.
The captain didn’t use the ball subtly, sending too many passes up into the air, but he gave it his all and kept the pace up.
Mohamed Salah- 10/10
Salah was Liverpool’s finest offensive player. He was closely guarded by Luke Shaw but ended up wreaking havoc.
Darwin Nunez – 10/10
Nunez was once again used on the left flank. And once he got rolling, he was unplayable, putting the skeptics to rest.
Cody Gakpo – 10/10
Gakpo or Diogo Jota would always head the line. And the former was chosen, maybe due to his stronger linkup ability.
It’s fair to say that the Dutchman delivered forcefully, scoring a wonderful goal to give Liverpool the lead and adding a charming third.
Milner – 8/10
That was the kind of day it was—he performed tricks during stoppage time!
Bajcetic – 7.5/10
As he came on, he appeared slick, but the game was over.
Despite having a threat-like appearance, he was unable to score.
A goal after announcing his departure this summer! Such a moment!
Curtis Jones- 6.5/10
Almost no time to make a difference.