Liverpool annihilated Lincoln 7-2 on Thursday evening, leading to several of the Reds’ heroes earning high ratings across the board.
Jones (8.9) deservedly earned the highest average rating at Sincil Bank, as his reputation continues to soar.
Not only did the 19-year-old bag himself a brace, but he shone in his all-round game and now looks a genuine first-team option.
Joanna Durkan gave Jones TIA’s Man of the Match award, claiming “there really is no shortage of confidence” with the midfielder.
The Echo‘s Ian Doyle said almost exactly the same, describing Jones’ eye-catching display as “excellent.”
Minamino (8.4) was next up, brimming with quality and now looking like the player who shone so much for Salzburg at Anfield last season.
The Redmen TV believe the Japan international is “growing into this side,” also stating that they could watch his sublime first goal “all night.”
Durkan pointed out that Minamino excelled in a central position, highlighting a “willingness to drop into midfield” and impact the game.
In third place was the returning Shaqiri (7.8), who didn’t quite hit Jones and Minamino’s level, but still impressed.
Doyle hailed the 28-year-old, not only because he “worked endlessly throughout,” but also due to the “outstanding free-kick” he scored to put Liverpool 1-0 up.
Neco Williams (5.9) didn’t have a great night at right-back and he took home the wooden spoon rating.
The young Welshman is still learning as a player, in fairness, but The Redmen TV did feel he made a “few silly mistakes” that let him down.