This framework also allowed individuals to flourish and demonstrate their products.
There were some superb performances, none better than Trent Alexander-Arnold’s at Leicester City on Boxing Day which earned him a perfect score of 10.
But who has always been the best for the Reds this season?
ECHO rated Liverpool’s players after every Premier League performance, and here’s the average for each of them who have done at least 10 games scoring while playing for at least 15 minutes in a game.
How Liverpool title winners rated
Naby Keita – 7.29 (out of 14 scoring games)
Jordan Henderson – 7.21 (28 applications)
Alisson Becker – 7.03 (29 applications)
Sadio Mane – 7.03 (35 applications)
Virgil van Dijk – 7.03 (38 applis)
Fabinho – 6.93 (27 applications)
Mohamed Salah – 6,91 (34 applications)
James Milner – 6,87 (15 applications)
Roberto Firmino – 6,82 (38 applications)
Joe Gomez – 6,78 (23 applications)
Trent Alexander-Arnold – 6,76 (37 applications)
Andy Robertson – 6,75 (36 applications)
Dejan Lovren – 6.70 (10 applications)
Gini Wijnaldum – 6.62 (37 applications)
Adrian – 6,50 (10 applications)
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – 6,32 (25 applications)
Divock Origi – 6.13 (15 applications)
Did not play enough games:
Joel Matip – 7.33 (9 applications)
Adam Lallana – 6,38 (8 applications)
Neco Williams – 6,60 (5 applications)
Takumi Minamino-6.40 (5 applications)
Curtis Jones – 7,00 (3 applications)
Xherdan Shaqiri – 6.50 (2 applications)
(Harvey Elliott made three substitute appearances but wasn’t on the pitch long enough to get a rating)
Keita shows the future
Half of Naby Keita’s performance may have come after the title was secured, but that shouldn’t hurt his contribution over the past few weeks, with the Guinean still delivering on the promise he always made.
However, of those who made the cut, only Dejan Lovren and Adrian made fewer appearances, although none were as impressive as Keita.
The other four Liverpool players with an average of over 7 will come as no surprise to regular observers – with skipper Jordan Henderson in the lead, Alisson Becker, Virgil van Dijk and Sadio Mane also having excellent seasons.
Indeed, Alisson was Liverpool’s most impressive Premier League performer since his red card against Brighton and Hove Albion in November, underscoring his importance.
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It may surprise some that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has made 25 goal appearances, but only eight times has he played more than 70 minutes and never 90 minutes, and often in a variety of positions, which makes it more difficult for him. to always find his best. .
Joel Matip’s form earlier in the season is reflected in his high average and suggests he was missed, especially during the last quarter of the campaign.
And while inevitable on these rosters there will be players at the bottom of the leaderboard, it should be borne in mind that every player is well above the average starting rating of 6.
This explains why Liverpool dominated as they won the title with seven games to lose and ended with a club record of 99 points.