Liverpool continued their abysmal start to the season with a 4-1 drubbing against Napoli in their UEFA Champions League group opener. The Italian outfit managed to take the Liverpool defence apart on the night and Jurgen Klopp’s side were lucky not to concede a few more.
The Brazilian goalkeeper had very little to do with the goals Liverpool conceded. However, he did produce an impressive performance and saved a penalty early on in the first half.
The Liverpool right-back has often been criticised for his defensive frailties, and he was exposed once again by the Napoli winger Kvaratskhelia.
Joe Gomez: 0/10
The Liverpool centre-back had a nightmare outing against Napoli, and he was directly responsible for two of the four goals the Reds conceded.
Virgil van Dijk: 5.5/10
The Dutchman failed to hit his usual lofty standards.
Andrew Robertson: 6/10
The Scottish left-back was probably the pick of the defenders, and he looked reasonably solid at the back.
James Milner: 0/10
It was a horror show from the experienced Liverpool midfielder, and he was pressed out of the game by Napoli.
The Brazilian defensive midfielder tried to gain control of the game for his side,, but he was outnumbered in the middle of the park.
Harvey Elliott: 6.5/10
The youngster is one of the few players who can come away from the game with his head held high.
Mohamed Salah: 5/10
The Egyptian had another disappointing outing, and he barely had a sniff in front of the coal.
Roberto Firmino: 5/10
The Brazilian was handed a start in this game so that he can link up with the midfield and attack.
Luis Diaz: 8/10
The Colombian winger played with fire in his belly and scored the only goal of the game for Liverpool.