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Liverpool is in serious condition! Cut the grade for the Reds. The game beat Brighton 3-0.

Liverpool player ratings

Alisson Becker – 6/10
Defend Alexis MacAllister’s header in the first half. Can’t blame him for all 3 goals conceded

Trent Alexander-Arnold – 6/10
Jesse Marsh’s shot clears the goal line. But clearly having trouble dealing with Kaoru Mitoma. Showed enthusiasm in trying to put the ball up to create chances for his team-mates in the second half.

Joel Matip – 3/10
Couldn’t help Trent stop Brighton’s attack on the right flank. at all stand in a spotless position Out of the gap from a missed pass, which was the source of the first goal. Finally substituted from the field

Ibrahima Konate – 5/10
looked a little better than Matip throughout the game before rubbing Danny Welbeck to break the burn class in the shot that closes the box at the end of the game

Dee Robertson – 5/10
Not following Marsh good enough, as well as stealth in filling the attacking game on the left flank.

Jordan Henderson – 3/10
Can’t maintain the standard of intensity in chasing the ball. according to the rhythm of the host, obviously not able to catch up Finally substituted off

Fabinho – 4/10
He alone wasn’t enough to stop Brighton’s moving attackers

Thiago Alcantara – 3/10
Killer pass. The pass that used to the most effective of the person is not seen in this game. Almost without a role. Especially when the team was folded in the first half of the attacking field. Could not raise the level of play in the second half

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – 5/10
Shows enthusiasm in continually squashing. But not enough to change the momentum of the game. Was substituted in the second half

Mohamed Salah – 5/10
There was a shot for Robert Sanchez to save in the first half. After that, there was no obvious finishing shot. Is block in the way of transporting the ball to him. His teammates are not moving to support

Cody Gakpo – 4/10
Standing alongside Salah in the forward role and looking confused in positioning and moving.