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Liverpool’s Player Ratings vs Chelsea: Brazilian Trio Sizzle for the Reds

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Simon Mignolet – 6

The Belgian Goalkeeper was solid for Liverpool as he put on a good show against Chelsea. It will be harsh on him if he was blamed Ramires’ opener.

Simon Mignolet
Simon Mignolet

Nathaniel Clyne – 7.5

Clyne acted as the catalyst in the first half when Liverpool looked to hit back at their opponents. The right-back remained on the attacking front throughout, spurring his side on with pace and tenacity in the attack.

Martin Skrtel – 8

Skrtel dealt with the threat of Diego Costa well, remaining on the right side of the powerful Spaniard throughout and coping with his cynical attempts to exert his physicality.

Mamadou Sakho – 8

Like Skrtel, Sakho produced a steeler performance for Liverpool as he kept Costa and Willian at bay. He also prompted attacks from deep including his as his long-range pass to Christian Benteke for Philippe Coutinho‘s second goal

Alberto Moreno – 6.5

At fault for Ramires’ goal, Moreno was exposed in defensive situations but grew in confidence as the game went on. Moreno supported attacks with his pace and strong deliveries from the left flank and almost scored a goal

James Milner – 4.5

By far the worst player for Liverpool against Chelsea.

Lucas Leiva
Lucas Leiva

Lucas Leiva – 7.5

Lucas continued his great start under Jurgen Klopp as he made some crucial interceptions and initiated the attacks. He was lucky to stay on the pitch without getting sent off for his fouls.

Emre Can – 6

Can contributed some strong runs from deep and imposed himself as Chelsea tried to build from the midfield, but so often got caught out of position or lost possession.

Adam Lallana – 6.5

Lallana had a great first half he got shots off and found dangerous positions on the edge of the Chelsea penalty area, but faded in the second half.

Roberto Firmino – 8

Firmino led the attacking line well as he drifted between the lines, contributed in the buildup and created some space with intelligent movement. When Benteke was introduced, Firmino moved back into his natural No. 10 role and continued to impress.

Philippe Coutinho – 8.5 

Phillip Coutinho's goal made the difference for Liverpool
Philippe Coutinho

Man of he Match. Afer going through a pale patch, the Brazilian put up a great show as he led Liverpool’s fightback by scoring two goals.


Christian Benteke: 7

Jordan Ibe: 5.5

Dejan Lovren: Played the las few seconds. No points