The Liverpool player ranks v Tottenham as Curtis Jones shines and Roberto Firmino brilliantly

Alisson Becker 6

There is little to do in the first half other than pick the ball out of the net and he was almost caught out after a break by Kane after a slack pass.

Trent Alexander-Arnold 8

Good coverage prevented chances for Bergwijn and Kane and real danger with his delivery. Much, much better came after his disappointing show at Fulham.

Rhys Williams 7

Plenty of early trips to settle on any nerves and a beautiful cross-field trail started moving for an opening. We started looking for a more difficult life after the breakup, but kept it focused.

Fabinho 7

Stable impact at center midfield and helped eliminate Kane. He lost one head when Bergwijn hit the post but excited with one skillful pass of play in the second half.

Anndra Robasdan 8

Constant danger when it comes over the left as long as it is defensive before you make a break. Whipped in the corner for the winner.

Jordan Henderson 8

Liverpool moved and set the pace while offering protection to all four goals. More defensive efforts in the second half as Tottenham became more advanced.

Gini Wijnaldum 8

He made matters through the first half as Liverpool controlled property and land. He dealt well with more challenging issues after the breach.

Curtis Jones 9

His strong run set the stage for the first goal with his willingness to push forward needed against a full defense. So done. Great again.

Mohamed Salah 7

Lively down on the right, pushing one save from Lloris and filling the damaged opener. Constantly threatening but some crosses were struck in hope rather than expectation.



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Roberto Firmino 8

Rubbing on a point and it caused problems when you went back to the middle of the park. Lloris tested twice in the first half and continued to find place pockets and use the ball well. Great head for a winner.

Sadio Mane 7

He pressed Tottenham’s defense at every opportunity and among those to save from Lloris. Struggle with the bar after turning Aurier for the umpteenth time.

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