Liverpool is back. And, well, we would have waited a few more days if we had known what was to come.
A forgettable goalless draw at Everton on Sunday night at least bested Jurgen Klopp’s team a little closer to their first championship in 30 years.
Now only five points are needed in his remaining eight games, although a victory over Manchester City next week would suffice.
Paul Gorst was in grading service for ECHO at Goodison.
No Liverpool player really stood out as Alisson Becker, Fabinho and Naby Keita scored the highest of 7.
There were plenty of five, while Dejan Lovren was given the lowest score of 4.
A little hard The Croatian was only turned on for just 20 minutes.
What everyone said
Of course, other qualifications are available. And the national media simply couldn’t agree when evaluating Liverpool’s performance.
the Mirror He liked Keita and gave it 8, while Fabinho, Alisson, Takumi Minamino and Sadio Mane got 7.
the Mail do things halfway and have Alisson better at 7.5. Keita and Minamino scored only 5.
the Daily star Strongly disagree with that view on Keita and made him Liverpool’s best with 8. Minamino and James Milner recorded 5.
the Quick He also had no time for Minamino, giving him 5 along with Roberto Firmino, Keita, Jordan Henderson and Milner. Alisson was the best with 7.
the Independent It was with Alisson, Joe Gómez, Henderson and Mane with 7 but Joel Matip, Fabinho and Minamino scored 5.
In the meantime, The times They were generous with their ratings and gave Alisson, Matip, and Fabinho 8.
Finally, those who make numbers in WhoScored.com Virgil van Dijk calculated was better at 7.51 ahead of Alisson at 7.34.