This season, Mohamed Salah received an A*, but two other Liverpool players received Ds.
Liverpool has had a terrific start to the Premier League season, and they are also performing well in Europe. So far, Express Sport has rated and ranked all of the Reds’ individual performers.
Liverpool have not lost in their first ten games in all competitions, and they are one point behind Chelsea at the top of the Premier League table and in possession of their Champions League group heading into the October international break. Express Sport looks at how each member of Jurgen Klopp’s squad has performed so far this season, with 26 different players receiving minutes, and ranks them based on their performance in the first quarter.
Countless outstanding saves this season, with the Brazilian returning to his finest form after some difficult periods last season. Only Salah has had a better start to the season for Liverpool.
Only played in the cup against Norwich, but performed admirably and even saved a penalty. Alisson’s backup is really good, and he’s much ahead of Adrian.
The 22-year-old right-back has three assists in six games. Despite just playing 450 minutes out of a potential 630 in the league, no one has generated more opportunities than he has. He’s just as important as any other Liverpool player.
The Cameroonian has only missed one Premier League or Champions League games since becoming Virgil van Dijk’s first-choice partner. Had shakier performances against Milan and Brentford, but was outstanding against Burnley at home and Leeds away. Some fantastic rampaging has taken place.
Aside from an off-day at Brentford, the Dutchman has settled in nicely at the heart of Liverpool’s defense. Has a couple of gears to go up to, but is already in terrific shape. Despite his improved centre-back depth, Klopp will be hoping for no fitness setbacks.
So far, the summer signing has made two starts against Crystal Palace and Norwich, both of which ended in 3-0 victories. It’s encouraging, but it’ll take some time to acclimate. Has everything he needs to succeed.
He’s only made two outings, both of which were solid, against Milan and Norwich. Otherwise, he’s sat on the bench. In the next months, I’m hoping to get more playing time to re-establish some much-needed rhythm after a long layoff.
Ultimately a backup to Andy Robertson, although he’s performed admirably in the four games he’s started, posing a significant threat with. “Brinkwire News Summary.”