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Brighton vs Liverpool LIVE goal updates

HALF-TIME PLAYER RATINGS

HALF-TIME RATINGS BY IAN DOYLE

Alisson Becker 7

Saved well from Maupay first half and distribution solid.

Trent Alexander-Arnold 6

Offered himself plenty going forward first half but caught out of position on occasion as a consequence and sloppy for Brighton’s first.

Joe Gomez 6

Hands full with Maupay and was pulled out of position on one occasion, put produced a couple of fine blocks.

Virgil van Dijk 7

Some towering headers but spent most of the opening 45 minutes cajoling Williams through the game.

Neco Williams 6

Lively going forward and made one good goal-saving block. Obviously right-footed and found Lamptey increasingly difficult, but it’s a learning curve. Booked.

Jordan Henderson 8

Curled in a brilliant 20-yard shot for the second and worked hard in the engine room.

Gini Wijnaldum 6

Appeared slightly off the pace before the interval and defensively wayward at times.

Naby Keita 9

Ran the show before the break, his pressing forcing the mistake from Propper to set up the first and his passing finding constant holes in the Brighton rearguard.

Mohamed Salah 7

Took the opener expertly and looked dangerous and sharp in possession, wide with one effort.

Roberto Firmino 7

The vision and distribution has returned to the Brazilian’s play, although he faded a little towards the break.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 6

Lots of endeavour and effort, and one shot blocked, but not quite top level first half.

HALF-TIME RATINGS BY IAN DOYLE

Alisson Becker 7

Saved well from Maupay first half and distribution solid.

Trent Alexander-Arnold 6

Offered himself plenty going forward first half but caught out of position on occasion as a consequence and sloppy for Brighton’s first.

Joe Gomez 6

Hands full with Maupay and was pulled out of position on one occasion, put produced a couple of fine blocks.

Virgil van Dijk 7

Some towering headers but spent most of the opening 45 minutes cajoling Williams through the game.

Neco Williams 6

Lively going forward and made one good goal-saving block. Obviously right-footed and found Lamptey increasingly difficult, but it’s a learning curve. Booked.

Jordan Henderson 8

Curled in a brilliant 20-yard shot for the second and worked hard in the engine room.

Gini Wijnaldum 6

Appeared slightly off the pace before the interval and defensively wayward at times.

Naby Keita 9

Ran the show before the break, his pressing forcing the mistake from Propper to set up the first and his passing finding constant holes in the Brighton rearguard.

Mohamed Salah 7

Took the opener expertly and looked dangerous and sharp in possession, wide with one effort.

Roberto Firmino 7

The vision and distribution has returned to the Brazilian’s play, although he faded a little towards the break.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 6

Lots of endeavour and effort, and one shot blocked, but not quite top level first half.



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