Liverpool player ratings for the 2-0 win over Wolves

  • The Reds ended their season on a high-note against Wolves.
  • Liverpool dominated play and got the correct result.
  • It was an emotional day where several players stepped up.
Liverpool FC v Wolverhampton Wanderers - Premier League
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Just like that, it's over. Liverpool ended the 2023-24 season with a 2-0 over Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday to send Jurgen Klopp off with a victory and a clean sheet.

It was an emotional day at the office for everyone but the Reds came out firing and dominated the majority of the play. They got their goals in the first half and could have had more were it not for the heroics of Jose Sa in goal for the visitors.

Let's see how the Liverpool players rated in the final game under Klopp.

Alisson Becker - 7/10 - There was not a lot of work for the Brazilian to do on this day but he also made the most of his opportunities. Will be so happy to end with a clean sheet.

Trent Alexander-Arnold - 7/10 - Trent was at the heart of a lot of attacking moves as he looked quite comfortable in his hybrid role today. Some dangerous passes had the Wolves defense scrambling on more than one occasion.

Jarrell Quansah - 8/10 - It was another sterling display from the young Englishman who got on the scoresheet when he got a toe to Mo Salah's shot. A brilliant end to his breakout season at Anfield.

Virgil van Dijk - 7.5/10 - It was a calm display from the Captain as he used his strength and guile to bully and control Cunha and the Wolves attack. Looked really good and comfortable, more than he has in recent times.

Andy Robertson - 7.5/10 - Robbo completed his strong end to the season. Was constantly marauding forward and linking up with several players. Was one of the better players on the pitch.

Alexis Mac Allister - 7/10 - This was a better performance from Macca as he got back in the goal column when he headed home Elliott's cross. Played higher up which is when he's done his best work this season and it showed again on Sunday.

Wataru Endo - 6.5/10 - This was a fine professional perfromance from Endo who broke up play several times while also getting carded. Kept the ball moving along nicely and he finished the season on a good note.

Harvey Elliott - 7.5/10 - Elliott continued to be one of the most influential players for Liverpool to wrap this season. His delicious ball led to the opener before his constant running saw him popping up all over. What a player.

Mohamed Salah - 7/10 - Salah was dangerous and threatening on more than one occasion. He looked like he was about to score before Quansah poked it home at the end. Sensational player that should stick around.

Cody Gakpo - 7/10 - The Dutchman led the line well yet again as he was dropping deep while also shifting wide as needed. Got some half-chances but could not convert. A solid overall display.

Luis Diaz - 6.5/10 - The Colombian played quite well and worked his tail off once again. There were a few times when he held the ball too long but his skills cannot be denied. Good day. Subbed.


Darwin Nunez - 6/10 - Had some slight chances after coming on but the game was well and truly done when he arrived.

Curtis Jones - 6/10 - Another that came on when the intensity of the match was ebbing away. Kept the ball moving.

Ryan Gravenberch - 6/10 - Got some minutes to end the season as he looked far better to close than he did a few months ago.

Dominik Szoboszlai - 6/10 - This was another cameo outing to take in the moment and the feeling of the day.

Conor Bradley - 6/10 - Was good to see him finish his breakout campaign on the pitch. Got stuck in on a few tackles.