Grading Liverpool’s players in the Premier League game, 3-3 draw with Aston Villa: Player Ratings

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  • Liverpool drew with Aston Villa in a thrilling 3-3, Premier League game on Monday night, the penultimate match of the season.
  • Aston Villa scored 2 goals in a row in the second half to help the โปรโมชั่น ufabet team narrowly tie the game.
  • The Blue Devils have a high chance of finishing 4th this season.
Grading Liverpool's players in the Premier League game, 3-3 draw with Aston Villa: Player Ratings

Liverpool player ratings

Alisson Becker – 6
had some moments where he had to make some nice saves. Especially Diaby’s solo shot, which was incredibly defended. But today there were still moments. When the ball was missed and almost lost a goal in the second half. As for the goals conceded. They almost completely lost their right to help the team.

Trent Alexander Arnold – 6
focuses mainly on helping with the wide game. There aren’t many roles in the game. There were some opportunities to open and shoot from distance. But they were only able to do it almost.

Jarrell Quansah – 6
Clearly struggling to deal with the speed of Villa’s forward line. The one-on-one timing looks inferior. However, he was the one who came up with a header to put the team 1-3 away at the beginning of the second half.

Virgil van Dijk – 6
Like Quansah, he had trouble managing the mobility of the home attacking trio. As for the aerial balls, today’s catches helped the team well.

Joe Gomez – 6
There were obvious problems dealing with both Watkins and Bailey.

Wataru Endo – 6
roles and not many games. Helping to chase the ball in the middle zone Help cut off the game and destroy the home team’s counter-attack.

Alexis Mac Allister – 5
Despite having some nice moments turning the ball over, today he made 2 mistakes and lost two goals in this game. Both by missing the ball on the first ball. and losing the ball in third ball territory

Harvey Elliott – 7
Trying to help create a game on the starboard side. And the opening moment for Quansah to head in early in the second half.

Mo Salah – 7
Almost got his name on the scoreboard with a clear shot. But it was ultimately ruled offside. During the first half, I played with the ball quite often. But in the second half, there were fewer opportunities and not many opportunities were created for the team.

Luis Diaz – 7
had some nice opportunities to soar forward, but in the end he was unfortunately caught offside. Today there are not many opportunities to go with the ball on the left side.

Cody Gakpo – 7
scored 1 goal from a close charge in the penalty area, after which he would focus on dropping back to receive the ball low. This results in receiving the ball in quite a few dangerous areas.


Dominic Soboszlai replaced Endo in the 75th – 6th minute
, having a chance to make some plays in the penalty area towards the end of the game.

Ryan Gravenburch replaced Elliott in the 75th minute – 5
roles, not much of a game. Helping to chase the ball in the middle of the field

Curtis Jones replaced Diaz in the 75th minute – 5,
helping to bridge the game in midfield. But got hit by a counter game, Villa attacked hard.

Darwin Nuñez replaced Gakpo in the 75th minute – 6,
trying to find a rhythm. Had a chance to shoot in but was caught offside.