Liverpool 4 – 1 Luton Premier League – Player Ratings

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Liverpool’s Commanding Victory Over Luton: Premier League Player Ratings

Matchday 26 saw the Reds welcome Luton town to Anfield, with a chance to extend their lead at the summit of the Premier League. The first half was lacklustre and lethargic, yet the business end of the encounter was anything but.

Player Performances: From Defence to Attack

Caoimhin Kelleher – 6.0
The world’s greatest goalkeeper was again missing with a hamstring complaint, which did not help with the opening goal for the visitors. A driven shot across the 25-year-old stopper could only be deflected into the path of the eventual scorer, who nodded into an empty net. The deputy was assured and decisive for the rest of the match, as the need to show concentration was a must.

Joe Gomez – 7.0
The England international defender returned to the side as the left-sided rotation piece. Though he was a little off his game in the first half, his second-half showing was very good and combative. With a desire to win the ball back and drive forward from either flank, he showed that he had been one of the Red’s better players this season.

Conor Bradley – 7.0
The young Northern Irishman kept his place for this vital encounter with a solid outing just before the EFL Cup Final. His resilience and energy were much needed after going a goal behind, and though this was not his best game, he showed character in keeping his zone clear of danger.
Subbed – 68 mins

Jarell Quansah – 8.0
The England under-21 defender was calm and composed when the game got frenetic in the opening half. His power and assurance were there in abundance as the ideal foul for his skipper—the find of the season.

Virgil van Dijk – 9.0
As the captain and leader of this team, his overall performance and levelling goal were ideal. Strode was about with purpose and defiance as his team struggled to get out of second gear. His headed goal was perfectly timed, and he was vital in getting his men back on track—a lesser among men.

Ryan Gravenberch – 5.0
The former Bayern Munich midfielder was poor in the first half, as his work rate and energy were not as required. He picked up his performance in the second half and showed more confidence on the ball as his team took control.
Subbed – 78 mins

Alexis Mac Allister – 9.0
The Argentina World Cup winner was a key player for his club today, as his second-half performance was beyond impressive. Despite the team struggling through a painful initial half, the second half was a complete turnaround, with the former Brighton man at the centre of everything productive. Two brilliant assists in quick succession were majestic, with his control and tenacity making for an outstanding outing.
Subbed – 89 mins
Man of the match

Wataru Endo – 7.0
The Japan captain did the dirty work and is fast becoming vital to the team when things are not correct. His ability to put his body on the line and stop oncoming attacks is impressive, and he must start on Sunday. He has grown exponentially into what this squad needs.

Luis Díaz – 8.0
The Colombian flyer was frustrating and held onto the ball too often in the first half, however, he never hid from the game and despite a plethora of poor decisions in the first half, his energy and thirst for a goal was rewarded in the second half. A great goal and will start on Sunday.
Subbed – 89 mins

Cody Gakpo – 7.0
The Dutch forward was drafted in due to the varying attacking injuries. His first-half efforts were sporadic, yet he kept plugging away, and his headed goal was vital to the turnaround in the second half. Though his good moments were fleeting, he tried to link play against an excitable adversary.

Harvey Elliott – 8.0
The young live-wire was a tale of two halves, as his first-half energy was coupled with an ineffective performance. The second half was much more refined and direct, as he looked more concentrated before finally launching the fourth goal into the top corner—such a bundle of desire.


Andy Robertson – 7.0 (on 68)
He came on to increase the tenacity levels and got a solid assist for his efforts.

Bobby Clark – 6.0 (on 78)
Came on to offer some more urgency in the middle.

James McConnell – 6.0 (on 89)
Came on to offer energy.

Jayden Danns – 7.0 (on 89)
He came on to offer power and increased offensive support—a good moment before the Harvey goal.

The Manager;
Jürgen Klopp – 9.0
The German manager was once again hamstrung by muscular injuries and his team pretty much picked itself.

A Resilient Comeback

The first half was horrid; therefore, the halftime team talk must have been superb. The energy and purpose of the second half was elite, with each substitute making sense to alter the game state. The German legend is enjoying a brilliant pitch side season, which could bring him unbelievable success.

Pre-match Prediction;
Liverpool 3 – 1 Luton

Steven Smith

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