Hull City 2-0 Liverpool: Player Ratings

04.02.2017  James Nalton

Liverpool’s woeful 2017 continued as a poor team performance littered with individual errors saw them lose 2-0 at Hull City.

Hull City 2-0 Liverpool

Premier League, KC Stadium
February 4, 2017

Goals: N’Diaye 44’, Niasse 84’

Simon Mignolet – 4 (out of 10)

His first-half contributions included a good commanding take from a set-piece, and a good intervention to stop a low cross with Abel Hernandez lurking.

But just before half-time he made an error which led to the first goal being conceded, failing to take the ball in a challenge with Hernandez and instead palming it to Alfred N’Diaye.

The defence should have dealt with the initial ball in from the corner, but when given the chance to diffuse the situation the Belgian ‘keeper merely made it worse.

Dove bravely at the feet of Hernandez late in the second half but was unable to stop Oumar Niasse’s shot for Hull’s second.

Nathaniel Clyne – 5

Needs to do more in attack despite being reasonably good in the general buildup. One cushioned header to Jordan Henderson from a high ball was nice.

Had a good chance to make something happen when he found himself on the end of a Henderson pass into the area, but he dallied and allowed Hull to regain possession.

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