Liverpool were disgraceful in their 4-1 defeat away to Napoli in the Champions League, with too many players for comfort producing appalling performances.
The Reds were destroyed by their Serie A opponents on Wednesday evening, starting poorly and never recovering from that moment onwards.
It was a shambolic evening for Liverpool and undoubtedly one of the poorest games of Jurgen Klopp‘s tenure.
This was not a night to focus on who got the highest average, sadly – we’re going straight to the worst individuals!
It was Joe Gomez (3.7) who got the lowest score, on what was a night to forget for the 25-year-old.
He was at fault for at least two of the goals, with the Echo‘s Ian Doyle saying he lost his way “massively” in the first half.
The second-worst player was deemed to be James Milner (4.1), with the veteran again completely off the pace for the Reds.
Trent Alexander-Arnold (4.6) received the third-poorest score on the night, as he continued his hapless start to the season.
Jackson described it as “unacceptable stuff” from the right-back, in terms of his lack of defensive effort and all-round attitude.
Hats off to Diaz (7.5), however, who was Liverpool’s best player by a mile and scored a great goal.
The Colombian made five recoveries and won his only tackle of the evening, highlighting his effort levels while others floundered.