Liverpool bid seven Reds farewell for the 2022 World Cup, with one returning at the conclusion of the group stage and another leaving as a runner-up.
There were mixed experiences for Liverpool’s contingent, with Nunez the first to be knocked out in the group stage before all but Konate followed after the quarter-final.
The Frenchman played a significant role in helping France reach the final, which he started on the bench and played only the final seven minutes as his side fell to a shootout defeat to Argentina.
With the tournament now having come to an end, here are Liverpool’s numbers from the 2022 World Cup.
Combined games played: 22
Combined Wins: 19
Penalty shootouts: 3 (Netherlands, Brazil, France)
Reds to reach knockout stage: 6
Competition runner-up: 1
Minutes played (mins per game)
Virgil van Dijk – 480 (96)
Ibrahima Konate – 292 (58.4)
Alisson – 290 (96.6)
Jordan Henderson – 272 (68)
Darwin Nunez – 242 (80.6)
Fabinho – 90 (90)
Trent Alexander-Arnold – 33 (33)