The Reds visited the Danish side in their final Group D clash, with first place and qualification to the knockout rounds already secured.
Midtjylland were level midway through the second half, with Alexander Scholz firing home from the penalty spot following a foul by Caoimhim Kelleher.
Fabinho (7.3) was deemed the best player on the night, as he again looked like a world-class centre-back, rather than an auxiliary one.
The Brazilian was immaculate in the first half and Liverpool were far less secure defensively when he was taken off at half-time.
The Echo‘s Theo Squires hailed a “stunning clearance off the line,” bringing back memories of his Ajax heroics earlier in the competition.
Meanwhile, TIA’s Karl Matchett went as far as to call Fabinho “one of the best centre-backs in Europe,” highlighting the form he is currently in.
Salah (7.2) was next in the reckoning, on a proud night for the Egyptian as he broke yet another record for Liverpool.
David Maddock of the Mirror gave him the Man of the Match award, saying he was “always a handful” for Midtjylland’s defenders.
Matchett was “surprised” that Salah played the entire game, but praised his mentality, claiming he “clearly wanted to be out there.”
Maddock believes the 22-year-old is a “huge bonus for Klopp”, seemingly coming from nowhere and looking a strong option in goal.
In last place by a fair distance was the deeply frustrating Origi (5.4), who failed to have any real impact on the game.
Squires did think it was a “better performance than his recent outings,” but Matchett pointed out that one “dreadful shot wide” was his only moment of note.