Liverpool 2-1 Leicester: Foxes player ratings

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Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall of Leicester City (Photo by Naomi Baker/Getty Images) /

Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall: 8 – outstanding, forced the Liverpool players into making mistakes and capitalised off them to create chances for Leicester, also his great run through the middle that resulted in his goal.

Ayoze Perez: 6 – made lots of interceptions and some good runs in and around the box, but started to give the ball away towards the end.

Harvey Barnes: 6 -helped to play his part in the goal, linked up with Dewsbury-Hall nicely at times, was quick to provide an option on the wing if needed, but couldn’t quite get his passes by Alexander-Arnold.


Patson Daka: N/A – feel it would be harsh to give him a number after only being on the pitch for just over ten minutes, before he was forced off through injury. Felt it was a shame as he looked to get off to a positive start and provided the assist for Dewsbury-Hall’s goal.


Jamie Vardy: 5 – didn’t make that much of an impact and you could forget he was on the pitch at times as he seemed very absent, he couldn’t control the ball too at clinical times on the break.

Youri Tielemans: 5 – again, didn’t feel he made the impact we probably thought he would, made a couple nice passes but nothing major.

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Kelechi Iheanacho: 5 – didn’t move the ball quick enough, he didn’t impact the game all too much either and cost Leicester a chance.