Burnley ended Liverpool’s undefeated home record in the Premier League on Thursday night as Ashley Barnes’s second-half penalty brought Sean Dyche a 1-0 victory.
The noisy first half seemed to finish all the squares before Ben Mee’s error gave Divock Origi a great opportunity to score, but the Belgian effort was beaten by Nick Pope. Bombarded woodwork.
Liverpool failed to throw everything they had to the visitor in the second half, with Burnley taking a shocking lead with just six minutes left. Ashley Barnes was defeated in the area by Alison after a defensive mistake, and the Austrians brought the resulting penalty back to slot home.
This is the highlight of the match and is now the rating of those players.Liverpool 1. Goalkeeper and Defender
Fabinho shields the ball | Clive Blanc Skill / Getty Images
Alison (GK) – 5/10 – did a good job of getting off his line quickly to reduce the amount of space behind Liverpool’s backline, but penalized him in the second half.
Trent Alexander Arnold (RB) – 5/10 – I really struggled to influence the game with the last third of my opponents, like when the season was over. It’s defensively comfortable enough, but I rarely talk about anything else. Fabinho (CB) – 5/10 – I had a hard time dealing with Chris Wood and Burns. Eventually I was overwhelmed by the pair and got multiple featureless errors. Joël Matip (CB) – 7/10 – Timely return to fitness at the heart of Liverpool’s defense. He refused to be overwhelmed by Burnley’s Front 2 and went well overall. Andy Robertson (LB) – 5/10 – Very similar to Trent Alexander-Arnold, who rarely threatens his defense but has been unable to keep track of upcoming matches. .2.Midfielder
Shaqiri maintained his position on the team | Pool / Getty Images
Georginio Wijnaldum (CM) – 5/10 – Keeping things moving and trying to add some emphasis to the midfield, but couldn’t settle into the game and endured a frustrating night.
Thiago Alcantara (CM) – 6/10 – As expected, we tried to break the Burnley line, which was neat and tidy and as strict as possible.
Xherdan Shaqiri (CM) – 5/10 – made his second consecutive start in the Premier League, with little indication that he would be regular at the start of XI. There was one striking strike in the first half, but little evidence of his efforts.forward
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlen Challenges | Pool / Getty Images
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (RW) – 5/10 – A fairly anonymous performance from a former Arsenal guy. My mission is to play in front three instead of in the midfield, but picking the ball deeper is clearly more effective.
Divock Origi (ST) – 4/10 – his first Premier League start of the season. I should have passed the lead to his side with a half-time stroke, but I could only find the crossbar. After a bad display, I was absorbed in the second half.
Sadio Mané (LW) – 6/10 – Liverpool’s only regular front 3 to maintain his position. It looked lively, but I couldn’t find the real quality when it was important.Replacement
Roberto Firmino was introduced in the second half | Clive Blanc Skill / Getty Images
Mohamed Salah (RW) – 6/10
Roberto Firmino (ST) – 5/10
Mina Mini Takumi (CM) – N / A Burnley 5.Goalkeeper and defender
© Pool / Getty Images Nick Pope took his place between the sticks | Pool / Getty Images
Nick Pope (GK) – 9/10 – Sensational performance. Burnley’s entire backline is commendable, but he was particularly good and produced an incredible series of saves in the second half.
Matthew Lowton (RB) – 7/10 – Most of the evening, he restricted Sadio Mané and stuck to his work, despite the occasional high numbers on the right.
James Tarkowski (CB) – 8/10 – A huge performance from Burnley’s centerback. Being dominant in the air, he sought to find a person whenever he had the opportunity to clear his line.
Ben Mee (CB) – 7/10 – Performed as well as his centerback partner, but almost guilty of throwing it all away due to the lack of concentration that allowed Origi to pass the first half. Did.
Charlie Taylor (LB) – 6/10 – Spelled out due to a hamstring injury before starting XI and returning to Burnley. He fought very well, but withdrew early in the second half due to injury.Midfielder
Robert Brady is looking for one of Burnley’s frontmen | Clive Blanc Skill / Getty Images
Dwight McNeil (RM) – 7/10 – provided an outlet just below Burnley to extend Liverpool’s backline whenever the opportunity arises.
Ashley Westwood (CM) – 7/10 – Burnley recycles his possessions well whenever he can step into the ball. Combat and tenacious throughout.
Josh Brownhill (CM) – 8/10 – Burnley midfielder pick. I’m always trying to steal the ball from the defender and expand my play. A display full of energy and desire.
Robert Brady (LM) – 6/10 – tried to force Alexander Arnold back as much as possible, but often found that he was heading in the opposite direction. Still, he did not neglect his defensive obligations.forward
Chris Wood Refrains From His Man | Pool / Getty Images
Chris Wood (ST) – 6/10 – held the ball firmly and took advantage of the extra space given to him by Liverpool’s backline.
Ashley Barnes (ST) – 7/10 – It was unfortunate that he didn’t score in the first half because he didn’t quit his job all night and was rejected by a great stop from Allison. Eventually he achieved his display-worthy goal.Replacement
Erik Pieters (LB) – 6/10
Johann Berg Gudmundsson (CM) – 6/10
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