Liverpool 2-1 Leicester: Foxes player ratings

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Leicester City’s Belgian defender Wout Faes (Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images) /

Timothy Castagne: 6 – solid defensively, throwing himself in front of the ball when he had to, looked positive going forward and connecting with Dewsbury-Hall.

Daniel Amartey: 5 – looked composed at times and was in the right place to clear crosses out comfortably, but struggled to keep up with Nunez.

Wout Faes: 3 – Probably his worst game for Leicester so far. First own goal seemed unlucky although he was entirely at fault and should’ve left it for Danny Ward who very clearly shouted for it. Second own goal, again he was completely at fault, from this he looked fragile and could see he was distraught at full-time.

Luke Thomas: 6 – Had a tough opposition in Mo Salah and felt he did a good job dealing with him at times, although he made two fouls in dangerous positions and was lucky not to receive a yellow card.

Wilfred Ndidi: 7 – was given more freedom in the midfield to make himself a nuisance to the Liverpool players and he did just that. He also looked good in possession.


Boubakary Soumare: 6 – looks better game by game, made some quick passes, although did lose possession quite a few times due to lack of awareness.