Three Liverpool players shared the highest average rating in the Reds’ 2-1 win away to AC Milan, but they weren’t the only standout figures.
Fikayo Tomori fired Milan into a first-half lead against the run of play, before Mohamed Salah scored his 20th goal of the season.
It was left to man-of-the-moment Divock Origi to head home the winning goal, as Liverpool registered a 100 percent record in Group B.
Salah (8.0), Origi (8.0) and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (8.0) all got the joint-highest rating, as the Reds sealed a highly impressive win.
TIA hailed Oxlade-Chamberlain for a “very lively and energetic” performance, also saying it was a display that “spoke to his recent elevated involvement and self-confidence.”
Ian Doyle of the Echo lauded the ever-incredible Salah for taking his goal “superbly” and thought match-winner Origi “became more of a threat” as the minutes ticked by.
Next up in the ratings was Ibrahima Konate (7.9), who was a dominant presence at the heart of the Reds’ defence.
It was also a good night for Nat Phillips (7.4), after the centre-back produced a memorable turn that bamboozled Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
That brilliant moment led to TIA joking that his “transfer value has just gone up £15 million.”
The lowest-rated player was Takumi Minamino (6.5), with Doyle stating that he was “at fault when failing to clear at a corner” for the opening goal.