HORRIBLY, painfully predictable, absolutely fucking shambolic. Again.
If this is the reality then what’s the point?
Simon Mignolet: 3
Two decent stops at 0-0, the fact he had to make two stops against the absolute shite show that are Leicester shows how fucking abject we were.
Nathaniel Clyne: 3
If I had a pound for every time he hit the first man with a cross tonight, I’d have enough for a drink to numb the horror of that display.
Joel Matip: 3
Supposedly the leader of the back four, all over the shop tonight.
Lucas Leiva: 2
Love him, great fella, great servant but exposed horribly tonight after a tour de force against Spurs the other week.
James Milner: 3
Looks like a 31-year-old right-footed centre midfielder playing left-back.
Georginio Wijnaldum: 3
Said it before, say it again; looks great when we’re great, empty shirt when we aren’t.
Emre Can: 1
Speaking of empty shirts. The less said the better.
About that contract, la?
Adam Lallana: 3
Lightweight and way off what we’ve come to expect, seemed to lack his usual aggression that’s made him stand out.
Sadio Mane: 3
Got into a few dangerous positions but the link-up play was off, not for the first time. Struggles when he’s not got grass in front of him.
Roberto Firmino: 2
Shite, gets a bonus point for effort, that’s about it.
Philippe Coutinho: 5
Best of a fucking awful bunch.
Divock Origi: 5
Looked more aggressive in possession in the short time he was on the pitch than Firmino did the entire game.
Alberto Moreno: n/a
Ben Woodburn: n/a
Jürgen Klopp: 3
What’s the point of selling Christian Benteke and playing a nip-and-tuck front three if everyone is going to get fed up and wing it long to three forwards who are never going to win it in a battle with a gang of yard dogs?
Normally swerve the manager, but how many times is this going to happen?