Liverpool 3-1 Everton: Player Ratings

 1 April 2017

A heated Merseyside derby saw three goals from the Reds, and surprisingly no reds for the opposition, with some impressive Liverpool performances.

Liverpool 3-1 Everton

Premier League, Anfield
April 1, 2017

Goals: Mane 8′, Coutinho 31′, Origi 60′; Pennington 28′


Simon Mignolet – 6

Had very little to do in the first half, and couldn’t really do anything with the goal Everton scored from a corner.

Had some saves to make in the second period though, collecting easily from Ashley Williams’ tame effort, and then diving to stop Mason Holgate’s shot.

It was a fairly quiet day for the Belgian stopper thanks to a combination of good defending in front of him, and the occasional squandering of chances by the opposition.

Nathaniel Clyne – 7

Was involved in a battle against left wing-back Leighton Baines, which kept him occupied in the first half and limited his own game.

He sent in a good cross for Divock Origi later in the match which Joel Robles was only just able to gather, and showed pace to get to the ball in the first place.

Joel Matip – 8

Effortlessly gets in the way of things, and during one period in the second half he was making a clearing header one minute, and blocking the ball back in shortly after.

Easily brushed off Dominic Calvert-Lewin when he had to. A majestic centre-back, both on the ball and off it.

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