Fabinho gets a 6, Origi receives a 5: Liverpool Player Ratings vs Everton

Jurgen Klopp’s side failed to regain top spot after a disappointing 0-0 draw in the Merseyside derby against Everton.

The Reds now sit 1 point behind leaders Manchester City and with 9 games left to play, it will be a fight to the finish.

Player Ratings:

Alisson Becker – 7

The Brazilian had very little to do in the whole game but made a sharp save to deny Dominic Calvert Lewin in the second half.

Trent Alexander Arnold – 6

The youngster was heavily involved in the game on the right-hand side but failed to deliver good balls into the box. His hands were full though with Bernard having an excellent outing for the Toffees.

Joel Matip – 8

The Cameroonian was brilliant in the air but gave away possession a few times. Nevertheless, he had a solid game overall.

Virgil van Dijk – 10

The best player on the pitch by a country mile. The Dutchman was at his usual best and without him, Everton would have had an easier game.

Andrew Robertson – 7

The former Hull City man did a decent job at left back but like his teammates, couldn’t create the spark to break the deadlock.

Fabinho – 6

The Brazilian had a mixed game as his brilliant ball was wasted by Salah but his atrocious pass in the second half could not have been capitalised by Walcott.

Jordon Henderson – 8

After making the headlines for all the wrong reasons this week, the skipper had a very good game and was influential with his range of passing.

Georgino Wijnaldum – 6

The Dutchman worked really hard throughout the game but couldn’t sort his feet out in the box after the Origi’s knock down. He was substituted in the second half.

Sadio Mane – 6

After a brace in midweek, a lot was expected of the Senegalese but he failed to deliver and was caught offside needlessly.

Mohamed Salah -5

Nowhere near his usual best and might be kicking himself after wasting two chances that he would usually have scored.

Divock Origi – 5

The Belgian started off the game showing off his work rate but faded as the game went down. His first touch let him down a few times and he failed to make any reasonable impact on the game.