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Brighton 2-2 Liverpool: Player ratings

Brighton played out an engrossing 2-2 draw with Liverpool at the Amex Stadium on Sunday afternoon.informationguidenigeria

Two aggressive teams teamed for an intriguing battle marred by gaffes. Simon Adingra took advantage of an early Virgil van Dijk blunder, but Mohamed Salah’s quick-fire brace put the visitors ahead at the break.

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Lewis Dunk levelled for his boyhood club in the 78th minute, setting up a frantic finish to a game that eventually resulted in a fair split of the spoils.

Brighton player ratings (4-2-3-1) as per 90min

Roberto De Zerbi
Roberto De Zerbi earned a 3-3 draw with Liverpool on his Brighton debut / Bryn Lennon/GettyImages

GK: Bart Verbruggen – 4/10 – Did Gross no favours with a weak pass towards his teammate who had a red-shirted shadow.

RB: Joel Veltman – 6/10 – Limited his number of one-on-one duels with Luis Diaz.

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CB: Lewis Dunk – 6/10 – Capable of incisive and destructive passes but made up for his error with an equaliser.JAMB Portal 

CB: Igor – 5/10 – Managed to avoid the mistakes of his teammates for the most part.

LB: Solly March – 5/10 – Forced into an unusual defensive position after a glut of defensive injuries, March was caught out of position for Liverpool’s equaliser.JAMB Result

CM: Pascal Gross – 4/10 – Dropping between the centre-backs to lubricate Brighton’s intricate buildup, Gross was caught trying to play out in his own box while conceding a penalty.

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CM: Carlos Baleba – 7/10 – Strode forward purposefully in possession and gobbled up any loose balls within his wingspan.

AM: Joao Pedro – 6/10 – Menacingly lurked between the lines in the first half but faded as Liverpool belatedly plugged some gaps as the match wore on.NYSC Portal

RW: Simon Adingra – 8/10 – A picture of perpetual motion down the right flank.

ST: Evan Ferguson – 6/10 – Dovetailed devilishly with Pedro, befuddling Liverpool’s backline with a flurry of constant movement.

LW: Kaoru Mitoma – 7/10 – One of the few Brighton players to improve in the second half, aided by the support March offered by pushing forward.


SUB: Danny Welbeck (61′ for Ferguson) – 5/10

SUB: Jan Paul van Hecke (63′ for Igor) – 5/10

SUB: Ansu Fati (89′ for Pedro) – N/A

Subs not used: Steele (GK), Hinshelwood, Webster, Dahoud, Gilmour, Lallana


Roberto De Zerbi – 6/10 – The Italian’s rewarding style is laced with risk which was exposed on Sunday afternoon. The team’s unrelenting desire to attack was also on full display.

Liverpool player ratings (4-3-3) as rated by 90min

Mohamed Salah
Mohamed Salah has scored eight goals and created six more in 13 Premier League games against Brighton / Steve Bardens/GettyImages

GK: Alisson Becker – 5/10 – Failed to scamper across his line to rebuff Brighton’s opener but denied Adingra from point-blank range after the break.

RB: Trent Alexander-Arnold – 5/10 – Didn’t exert his familiar influence over proceedings with more of a subdued role.

CB: Joel Matip – 5/10 – Not quite as flustered as his defensive colleague.

CB: Virgil van Dijk – 4/10 – Liable to get dragged upfield by Brighton’s withdrawn forwards and lacking the recovery pace of old to hurry back into position.

LB: Andy Robertson – 3/10 – Couldn’t shackle Adingra at all and offered little going forward himself. Just as ineffective at defending a decisive set piece.

CM: Harvey Elliott – 6/10 – Making his first Premier League start of the season, Elliott was unfortunate to get hooked at half-time after a subservient opening 45 minutes backing up Salah and Alexander-Arnold in both halves.

CM: Alexis Mac Allister – 7/10 – On his return to the Amex, Mac Allister grew into the game, getting a grip of midfield after the break.

CM: Dominik Szoboszlai – 8/10 – The firm fan favourite only added to his swollen Appreciation Society with another all-action display.

RW: Mohamed Salah – 8/10 – The razor sharp edge to Liverpool’s attack, Salah still delivered even with a pared-back performance.

ST: Darwin Nunez – 6/10 – Unlike most strikers, Nunez’s first thought seemed to always be to tee up a teammate rather than shoot himself; that selflessness led to two Liverpool goals.

LW: Luis Diaz – 5/10 – Got more joy when drifting into a narrow position.


SUB: Ryan Gravenberch (46′ for Elliott) – 6/10 – Quickly caught up to the speed of the game, regularly crashing into Brighton’s box.

SUB: Ibrahima Konate (73′ for Matip) – 5/10

SUB: Joe Gomez (79′ for Alexander-Arnold) – N/A

Subs not used: Adrian (GK), Chambers, Tsimikas, Quansah, Endo, Doak


Jurgen Klopp – 6/10 – Set his side up to force the errors which Brighton made but couldn’t get Liverpool to build on their advantage.

Player of the match: Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)

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