Liverpool drew 1-1 with Man United at Old Trafford, but very few players impressed for the Reds.
But the league leaders were largely awful against their bitter rivals and were fortunate to come away with a point.
It was Andy Robertson (6.7) who led the way in the averages, although his rather mediocre rating showed how poor Liverpool were.
The left-back was never at his blistering best, but he kept going throughout and teed-up Lallana for the priceless equaliser.
This is Anfield’s Henry Jackson summed up the brilliance of Robertson, saying that “even when he struggles, he is still effective.”
Gini Wijnaldum (6.5) was next up, on a day when he couldn’t be accused of being curiously invisible in the middle of the park.
The Echo‘s Ian Doyle described the Dutchman as “lively,” while John Cross of the Mirror felt he was “the pick of Liverpool’s players.”
Making up the top three was Virgil van Dijk (6.3), who put in yet another strong showing – one that arguably merited a higher average rating.
Sky Sports thought the centre-back “dealt with most of what came his way,” but did admit he “could have been more ambitious on the ball.”
In terms of the poorest player on the day, Jordan Henderson (4.8) took home the unwanted prize.
Jackson claimed the Reds skipper provided no guile and Cross highlighted that he was “shifted to the right flank but that did not work either.”
Next up for Liverpool is a trip to Genk in the Champions League on Wednesday night.