Who truly is Liverpool’s most important player?

Who truly is Liverpool’s most important player?

Player Ratings for Liverpool 5-3 Chelsea

Player Ratings for Liverpool 5-3 Chelsea

Liverpool proved worthy winners of the Premier League with a good effort off recently disappointing results that produced explosive moments at both end of the pitch and ultimately resulted in a satisfying double over bitter rivals Chelsea. Alisson – 6 Perhaps could have done better to prevent Chelsea’s 1st goal, but the save on Willian’s snap shot was still pretty good. Showed more of his true self after an uncharacteristic off match against Arsenal and wasn’t really at fault for …
Patrick van Aanholt: A Liverpool Player In Waiting

Patrick van Aanholt: A Liverpool Player In Waiting

Liverpool find themselves in a strange position at the moment. With their first eleven and the most the supporting cast of the highest quality, their needs in the transfer market centre around finding adequate backup players and prospects for the future. Perhaps the position most in need of bolstering in the market is the substitute left-back berth, more so than front three depth and a fourth choice centre-half. As the clubs only senior left-sided full-back in a team who delegate …
No Need To Panic - Liverpool's Dip in Form Explained

No Need To Panic - Liverpool's Dip in Form Explained

The 2-1 defeat at Arsenal on Wednesday evening was Liverpool's second in five games. Their form, since winning the league with a mere seven games to go, has generated slight concern amongst supporters. The Reds lack the level of consistency which saw them go an outstanding 44 games unbeaten, in the Premier League. But there is no need to panic. The year is 2008 and Fernando Torres has just fired Liverpool into a fourth-placed finish. Usain Bolt is racing for …
Key Stats as Liverpool lose at the Emirates

Key Stats as Liverpool lose at the Emirates

Two big first half errors from the usually reliable Alisson Becker and Virgil Van Dijk meant that Liverpool slipped to a 2-1 defeat at the Emirates Stadium. This was Liverpool’s first defeat to Arsenal in over five years, having not lost to the Gunners under Klopp, and it means that Liverpool will be unable to break City’s 100 point record. But what were the key stats from the game? Misfiring Reds Unlucky or Complacent? Liverpool’s record before lockdown: 27 wins, …
Arsenal 2-1 Liverpool: Observations from an inexplicable defeat

Arsenal 2-1 Liverpool: Observations from an inexplicable defeat

Liverpool have cruised to the Premier League title with such a blissful ease this season that rival fans will see this immensely frustrating run of games as just deserts. On Saturday, the overly-merciful Reds were the victims of a vintage smash-and-grab. Here, they served up victory to a rotated Arsenal side on a silver platter. It's now two wins and two defeats in the five games since they became champions. Liverpool lose without playing badly... again It would be outrageous …
Limp Liverpool Lose in London

Limp Liverpool Lose in London

A lax display saw Liverpool fall to their second post title win defeat with a 2-1 reversal at the hands of Arsenal. A Sadio Mane goal gave the Reds the lead, but two huge errors gift-wrapped two goals for the Gunners for Alexandre Lacazette and Reiss Nelson. The visitors dominated the possession, in terms of shots on goal and territory but a half-hearted effort meant they couldn't capitalize and the hosts held on for a win that means Liverpool cannot …
Toothless Liverpool Misfire Their Way To Burnley Draw

Toothless Liverpool Misfire Their Way To Burnley Draw

Liverpool had their 100% winning record at home in the league taken away from them, after poor finishing and inspired keeper saw them frustratingly draw 1-1 at home to Burnley. Andy Robertson's arching header gave the Reds a merited lead before the visitors -- who were only in the contest thanks to heroics from keeper, Nick Pope -- stole an equaliser through an angled Jay Rodrigues volley. The hosts had two clear penalty shouts denied in a frustrating afternoon. With …
Liverpool 1-1 Burnley - Player Ratings as Reds are made to pay for profligacy

Liverpool 1-1 Burnley - Player Ratings as Reds are made to pay for profligacy

A combination of an inspired Nick Pope in the Burnley goal and some shoddy Liverpool finishing meant that the Reds' perfect Anfield record for the Premier League season brought to a halt with a 1-1 draw against Sean Dyche's side. Andy Robertson gave the Reds the lead in the first half, but Jay Rodriguez equalised late in the second, as the Reds endured a frustrating afternoon. Here's how each player fared. Alisson Becker - 6/10 Nothing he could've done for …
Iconic Moments From A Season To Remember

Iconic Moments From A Season To Remember

Premier League Champions. Only we know how as a collective fanbase we've longed to hear those beautiful words. Everything about the manner in which the title was finally secured spells out poetic. Six years ago our title hopes were obliterated with a disappointing draw at Palace and a loss to Chelsea at home. Willian hammered in the final nail in the coffin with his goal thus handing the visitors a 2-0 victory and the Premier League title to City. Fast …
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