No good for your nerves this Liverpool side. The Reds sometimes make it as hard as possible for themselves. Today we saw Jürgen Klopp’s men run out 3-2 winners after going 2-1 down to David Moyes’ Hammers, equalling the consecutive win record in the process. Here are our Liverpool player ratings v West Ham.
Goalkeeper: Alisson Becker – 7.5
Frankly, we expected more from Ali for West Ham’s opening goal. He won’t be making a habit of it. He did pull off a cracking late save to atone.
Right back: Trent Alexander-Arnold – 8
Another game, another two assists. The Scouser in our team produced a peach of a cross for the opener.
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Centre back: Joe Gomez – 6.5
JoGo had a few shaky moments but was good in possession, an average game.
Centre back: Virgil van Dijk – 6
Big Virg was a danger from set pieces but to concede two is disappointing.
Left back: Andy Robertson – 8
You can’t fault the flying Scotsman, his consistency is remarkable. Another assist.
Defensive midfield: Fabinho – 6.5
The best defensive midfielder in the world won the ball back regularly and used it without fuss.
Centre midfield: Naby Keita – 5
Not everything he tried came off but the fact that he was always trying to go forward is positive. Next game maybe?
Centre midfield: Gini Wijnaldum – 8
Gini had one of his better games, tucking away a superlative header and always retaining possession.
Right wing: Mo Salah – 7
Mo didn’t have an incredible game but he scored somehow, that’s what great forwards do.
Left wing: Sadio Mane – 7.5
A livewire as ever, Sadio deserved his goal.
Striker: Bobby Firmino – 6.5
A poor performance from Bobby, he missed a glaring chance from a corner and didn’t create as much as usual.