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07 December 2020 00:45

Earns a well-deserved goal on a wicked strike in the 58th to put Liverpool up 2-0.

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Liverpool Player Ratings vs Wolves: Jota Sits as Fans Back at Anfield

Trent Alexandar-Arnold is back on the bench as well. Oh, that singing of "You'll Never Walk Alone" at Anfield ❤❤❤. While Liverpool dominate possession, it's a fairly even first half. Mo Salah's clinical goal give the Reds a 1-0 lead after the first 45. Here are Liverpool player ratings vs Wolves. Liverpool Player Ratings vs Leicester Manager Jurgen Klopp () – Goalkeeper Caoimhín Kelleher () – Now the second choice keeper over Adrian. Is confident between the sticks. Very poised. Defenders Neco Williams () – Coming off a good showing. However, earns a dangerous yellow early that fortunately doesn't harm the Reds. Grows into game well after that. Joel Matip () – Another strong display defensively. Buries a header to put Liverpool up 3-0. Fabinho () – Plastic-manning all over the place. Andy Robertson () – Typically ambitious going forward although not terribly effective. Midfielders Curtis Jones () – Playing with loads of confidence. One badass strike in the 74th on his weak foot. Gini Wijnaldum () – Working his ass off again. Earns a well-deserved goal on a wicked strike in the 58th to put Liverpool up 2-0. Jordan Henderson () – Best thing he did all first-half is yelling at the lame Wolves' flopper (and former Liverpool academy product) Conner Coady for faking contact with Mane. Grinding hard. Organizing. Assists on the Gini goal. Forwards Mo Salah () – A little sloppy on his touch. But hungry for goals. Scores a proper striker goal though to put Liverpool up 1-0. Fires off a free-kick from long range that's easily saved in the 35th. Laser-perfect pass to Matip's head to earn an assist. Sadio Mane () – Active and aggressive going forward. Roberto Firmino (6) – Gets the start over Jota. Work rate fantastic. But no shots on goal. Off for Jota. Substitutions Trent Alexander-Arnold () – Welcome back, Trent! Gets a complimentary assist sort of on the own goal at 4-0. Diogo Jota () – Comes on in the 73rd for Bobby. Why didn't he start? Vying to become only the 4th player to score an EPL goal in his first 5 home appearances. MAN OF THE MATCH