Liverpool Player Ratings from a delightful 2-0 win over Crystal Palace

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Liverpool, Andrew Robertson
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LB Andrew Robertson

Quietly, Andrew Robertson keeps creating consistent chances for his teammates and did his job well for another afternoon. According to, the steady left back led the team with four key passes, and he had an easy time defensively.

Rating: 7.0

CB Rhys Williams

Rhys Williams passed up a great chance on a corner kick when Crystal Palace were busy talking among themselves instead of marking the Liverpool players. But as a whole, this was a decent performance from the 20-year-old. Williams was smart with the ball at his feet and didn’t make any significant errors.

Rating: 6.5

CB Nat Phillips

Although Nat Phillips completed fewer than 80 percent of his passes and made some questionable attempts with his passing, he had another quality performance defensively. Phillips marked the Crystal Palace forwards well, helped out Trent Alexander-Arnold when he needed to, and quickly cleared any potential danger before it could develop. His reputation continues to grow in Liverpool’s defense.

Rating: 6.5

RB Trent Alexander-Arnold

Trent Alexander-Arnold was very active on Matchday 38, moving up the pitch as often as he possibly could to support Mohamed Salah as an additional attacking outlet for Liverpool. TAA created chances and put in 4 accurate crosses on a whopping 13 attempts, but he had some sloppy touches and didn’t execute his defensive duties as well as in past games. By his standards, this wasn’t the best of performances, but it was still good enough.

Rating: 6.0