Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool failed to maintain its superiority against Leeds United in the 2020/21 Premier League match. Because in this match the Reds previously won 1-0 ahead of Sadio Mane in the first half after completing a pass from Trent Alexander-Arnold.
However, Liverpool, who were already comfortable with the advantage and predicted to gain three points, failed to take advantage of the situation because Diego Llorente was able to respond three minutes before the game ended.
The draw for Klopp’s club (53 points), made them fail to overtake West Ham United in fourth place which holds 55 points from 32 matches it has played.
Alisson Becker 7/10: Enough to keep the Liverpool goal well, after making three saves. However, it had to concede one goal.
Trent Alexander-Arnold 7,5/10: Playing well after often stabbing forward in assisting attacks, until he collected one assist.
Fabinho 6.5 / 10: Returning to being a central defender, Fabinho does not seem to be enjoying his role much because he often resigns late.
Ozan Kabak 6,5 / 10: Compared to Fabinho, Kabak was quite able to have an impact after stopping the Leeds United attack through aerial duels and perfect tackles.
Andrew Robertson 6,7/10: As usual, Robertson is also often able to help the attacking side and doesn’t forget to guard the back side.
Thiago 7/10: His appearance has improved, because he often puts pressure on Leeds United’s back line.
James Milner 6,7/10: Able to control the tempo of the team’s game, but often past keeping the opponent’s movement.
Georginio Wijnaldum 6.5 / 10: Appearing unsatisfactory, because it can not really pose a threat.
Sadio Mane 7,8 / 10: Scored the only goal for Liverpool in this match.
Roberto Firmino 6.5 / 10: Playing as a starter, Firmino struggled to find a scoring gap.
Diogo Jota 6.5 / 10: Often loses the ball when he wants to attack.
Mohamed Salah (entered 71 minutes) 6/10: Does not give any influence to Liverpool’s attack line.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (entered 81 minutes): Just being an extras player.