Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur Player Ratings

Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur Player Ratings as the Reds nearly squander the four-goal lead at Anfield

Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur Summary

Liverpool ended their winless run for the previous two Premier League outings. Back at Anfield, The Reds managed to beat Tottenham Hotspur 4-2 and secured Champions League spot for the next season. 

The home team led by four goals until the 59th minute, but Spurs almost gave the Liverpool fans another upset by scoring two goals in just five minutes. The Reds will have a trip to Birmingham to face Aston Villa, while Spurs will return to London to host Burnley.

Liverpool Player Ratings

Goalkeeper and Defence

Alisson Becker (7.3/10)
Back on his decent form to prevent Liverpool from conceding despite failing to keep the clean sheet. The Brazilian made four saves in total.

Trent Alexander-Arnold (7.4/10)
Roaming the right-hand side of Liverpool flank to send seven accurate long passes including three crosses.

Jarell Quansah (6.9/10)
Not at all a bad performance from Van Dijk’s apprentice, making three clearances and tackles plus winning six duels.

Virgil van Dijk (7/10)
The captain showed composure at the back, making Spurs’ attacking sides struggled to break the deadlock until the second half

Andy Robertson (8/10)
The Scottish continued his scoring run into two consecutive games. No assist from him today but still playing effectively to roam the left flank making chances for the host.


Wataru Endo (6.9/10)
Every spot in the midfield was his ball distributing route with 40 successful passes out of 44 attempts.

Harvey Elliott (9.5/10)
The England U21 player showed a dazzlingg improvement throughout the game with providing one assist and one goal for his name.

Alexis MacAllister (7/10)
Delivered only one key pass but intercepting balls from entering the Liverpool box. The Argentinian managed to keep the midfield composed until being subbed off in the second half.


Mohamed Salah (8.2/10)
Continuing his scoring routine after failing to do so in four games. He also made a record to score at least 25 goals in six out of seven seasons for Liverpool

Luiz Diaz (8.6/10)
Giving more options in Liverpool’s attacking side today, delivered 19 passes out of 19 attempts during the game.

Cody Gakpo (8.6/10)
The Dutch showed a promising improvement playing on the left, providing one assist to Salah’s opener goal.


Joe Gomez (6.3/10)
Liverpool’s backline has been more exposed since he came on the pitch, leading to Spurs’ two goals in five minutes.

Stefan Bajcetic (6.5/10)
The Spanish youngster gave an instant impact with winning six duels out of eight attempts, leaving Trent to be the only player to won more duels than him (8).

Ryan Gravenberch (6.7/10)
Not much he can do apart from delivering three successful passes in three attempts during his 15-minute cameo.

Darwin Nunez (6.2/10)
Another cameo in Liverpool’s victor over Spurs today, delivering only one shot on target with no accurate passes in three attempts.

Dominik Szoboszlai (6.8/10)
Szoboszlai still has not found his form back since a promising start with The Reds this season. The Hungarian could only delivered one shot that went off the target.

Tottenham Hotspur Player Ratings

Goalkeeper and Defence

Guglielmo Vicario (7.5/10)
Spurs could have been conceded more if Vicario was not on his good form today. Still making eight saves despite losing another four today

Emerson (6.4/10)
Struggled to deal with the in-form Harvey Elliot on Spurs’ left flank. He made four clearances and blocked two shots during his 61-minute appearance on the pitch.

Micky van de Ven (6.2/10)
A hole in Spurs’ defensive wall today, letting Liverpool scored four goals despite making six clearances.

Cristian Romero (7.1/10)
What sets him apart from the rest of Spurs’ defenders was his determination to go toe-to-toe with Liverpool’s attacking squad today. Making seven attempts to prevent The Reds from scoring.

Pedro Porro (6.7/10)
The new fans favourite had to deal with his two South American counterparts Alexis MacAllister and Luiz Diaz which was tough for him. However, Porro could still delivered one shot and multiple crosses into Liverpool’s box.


Pape Matar Sarr (6.1/10)
An average performance from Sarr who was outplayed by the Liverpool’s midfield today. He lost the ball four times, leading him to make four fouls during the game.

Rodrigo Bentancur (6.5/10)
Bentancur had to deal with two Liverpool’s in-form players Harvey Elliott and Mo Salah, resulting him to lose the possession 11 times during his 61-minute appearance.

Yves Bissouma (6.5/10)
Won three ground duels despite being overwhelmed for most of his time on the pitch.


Dejan Kulusevski (6.3/10)
Not in his best form today as his two dribble attempts were unsuccessful plus losing the ball nine times.

Brennan Johnson (6.7/10)
His assist was a remedy to his struggle the whole game. The Nottingham native delivered one shot on target and won two ground duels during the game.

Son Heung-min (7.3/10)
Almost make Liverpool squander a four-goal lead, bringing Spurs to narrow the gap from four goals to two in just five minutes.


James Maddison (7/10)
Since he arrived, the Spurs midfield area became more dynamic with delivering passes and shots to open the Liverpool’s defence apart.

Oliver Skipp (6.9/10)
Delivered one key pass, one successful dribble attempt and one shot on goal during his 29-minute cameo on the pitch.

Richarlison (8.1/10)
A spot on performance after coming on in the second half with a goal that opened the path for Son Heung-min’s goal five minutes later.

GIovani Lo Celso (7.2/10)
Give a fresh options for Spurs’ attacking scheme, had one shot on target and four duels won despite only playing for 15 minutes.