Fabinho 9 out of 10, Mohamed Salah 8, Wilfried Zaha injured: Liverpool v Crystal Palace ratings

Fabinho 9 out of 10, Mohamed Salah 8, Wilfried Zaha injured: Liverpool v Crystal Palace ratings
Fabinho 9 out of 10, Mohamed Salah 8, Wilfried Zaha injured: Liverpool v Crystal Palace ratings

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Trent Alexander-Arnold – 8, Majestic free-kick in the 23rd minute set the wheels in motion for a rout. EPA

Joe Gomez – 7, Replaced the injured Joel Matip in the starting XI, and continued where he left off after his solid substitute outing against Everton. Reuters

Virgil van Dijk – 7, He and Gomez were under-employed in the centre of Liverpool’s defence. They will be happy with that. EPA

Andy Robertson – 8, Set the tone for his side with a thunderous early tackle. Inexhaustible thereafter. AFP

Jordan Henderson - 7, Hit the post early on, and could have had one before that, too. Reuters

Fabinho – 9, As though he was playing in his own exhibition match. Picked pockets while defending, played a lush through ball for Salah’s goal, and scored a screamer. Reuters

Georginio Wijnaldum - 7, Scuffed two early shots wide, and had a good chance in the second half, too. His performance merited a goal. Reuters

Mohamed Salah - 8, Looked rusty. Briefly. Then scored a fine goal, and played a brilliant first time pass for Mane to score. AFP

Roberto Firmino – 6, The ghost at the feast of Liverpool’s forward line. Unlucky not to earn a penalty off Gary Cahill’s arm early on. Reuters

Sadio Mane – 8, Things must have been going well: Salah set him up for a goal, as Liverpool laid waste to their visitors. AFP

SUB: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – 7, Doing his best to earn a starting place via perky substitute appearances – but where to fit him in?. Reuters

SUB: Neco Williams – 8, Looked very confident in his late cameo despite having the unenviable task of following Alexander-Arnold. EPA

SUB: Takumi Minamino – NA, Itching to impress after his rusty outing in the Merseyside derby, but did not get the minutes to do so. Reuters

SUB: Harvey Elliott – NA, Short on game time, but still provided a brief glimpse of his rich talent with a volleyed cross from the left. Reuters

SUB: Naby Keita – NA, Not enough time to make a mark, after coming on as a late sub. EPA

CRYSTAL PALACE RATINGS: Wayne Hennessey – 5, Didn’t have a chance with the goals, but hardly inspired confidence the rest of the time. Reuters

Joel Ward – 5, Grinned broadly when he smuggled a shot from Van Dijk away for a corner early on. The smile did not last. EPA

Gary Cahill - 5, Lucky to escape giving away a penalty when he appeared to handle from Firmino. Reuters

Mamadou Sakho - 5, Must give Palace fans palpitations at times. Liverpool fans will feel they have upgraded since he was one of theirs. EPA

Patrick van Aanholt - 6, Lost Salah for his goal, and was booted by his former Sunderland teammate Henderson, on an unhappy night. Reuters

James McCarthy – 7, It might have been an unwinnable one, but at least he tried to carry the fight to Liverpool. AFP

Andros Townsend – 5, Unable to affect the game as Liverpool's pressing strangled Palace. EPA

James McArthur – 5, Fighting a losing battle against a formidable Liverpool midfield, and looked shattered when he went off. EPA

Cheikhou Kouyate – 5, Anonymous, as Palace chased shadows and barely kept up with those. Reuters

Wilfried Zaha – NA, Limped off with 15 minutes gone, having tried to play through an injury suffered in the warm up. EPA

Jordan Ayew – 4, Tried to help out in defence, but might have been better served staying out of the way, and he conceded the free kick for Alexander-Arnold’s opener. Looked forlorn the rest of the time. EPA

SUB: Max Meyer – 6, A difficult job filling Zaha’s boots. He felt he deserved a free kick when thwarted by Fabinho on the edge of the box. EPA

SUB: Luka Milivojevic – 5, Officially had 24 minutes in which to impress, but he did little to mark himself out. AFP

SUB: Jairo Riedewald – 5, The Dutchman was overrun by Liverpool’s midfield after coming on to replace Kouyate. Not that he was unique in that. Getty

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