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Liverpool player ratings: Firmino scores early and the Ox nets first goal for Reds as club records biggest ever Champions League away win

Liverpool grabbed their first victory in eight games after recording their biggest ever away win in the Champions League, beating Maribor 7-0 meaning they go top of their group. As much as the opposition was poor, the Reds’ players performed superbly.

Oxlade Chamberlain LFC goal

Loris Karius – 6

Didn’t have much to do as he easily kept his first clean sheet of the tournament.

Trent Alexander-Arnold – 7

Showed his burning pace, covering the right flank well.

Joel Matip – 6

As sturdy as ever and managed to bring the ball out, starting off several attacks.

Dejan Lovren – 6

A professional performance from the Croat who barely put a foot wrong.

Alberto Moreno – 6

Another positive display in what has been a very good season for the supposedly out-of-favour full-back.

Gini Wijnaldum – 7

Really showed his class tonight, positive going forward and not afraid to do the dirty work either.

Emre Can – 8

Becoming a real powerhouse in the centre of the pitch now, very impressive performance .

James Milner – 8

Classy as always, his willingness to run cannot be undermined. Showed his experience tonight too.

Mohammed Salah – 9

Best performance in a Liverpool shirt this far. Scored a brace, grabbed a few assists and played fantastically. Man of the match.

Roberto Firmino – 8

Also grabbed a brace, seems to play well once he hits the back of the net, especially early on in the game.

Philippe Coutinho – 7

Fourth goal in five games out on the left which is not his natural position

Alex Oxlade-Chamberain – 6

Grabbed his first goal for the club, may push the monkey off his back

Daniel Sturridge – 6

Needs more game time, but also needs to prove to Jurgen Klopp why

Dominic Solanke – N/A

Made a few good touches when he came on

 

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