Player Ratings: The three players who impressed Liverpool fans most vs Brighton

Liverpool produced the perfect end to their potent Premier League campaign on Sunday, demolishing Brighton 4-0 at Anfield. It means the Reds didn’t lost a top flight home game throughout 2017/18 and finished their Premier League bid with an impressive 84 goals scored, a return only beaten by champions Manchester City.

Following Sunday’s big victory, we asked Liverpool fans to issue player ratings for each of those involved in the resounding 4-0 win. Here’s a rundown of the players who impressed Reds supporters the most, picking up the highest average scores…

Virgil van Dijk – 7.7/10: Brighton didn’t give the Reds too much to do defensively but you have to wonder if Liverpool would have made much harder work of that game during the first half of the season, when they didn’t have Virgil van Dijk at the heart of the backline. The Dutchman won a whopping nine aerial duels and completed 90% of his passes.

Roberto Firmino – 7.7/10: The unsung hero of Liverpool’s ferocious front three, Firmino’s contributions in terms of goals, chance creation, movement and pressing high have been crucial to Liverpool’s season. Sunday was a somewhat quiet outing by the Brazilian’s usual standards but he still took five efforts at goal.

Andrew Robertson – 7.9/10: The Scotland international has been one of the real success stories of the season on Merseyside, and he fittingly ended it with a goal and assist against the Seagulls. Robertson also completed 92% of his passes and won three headers the cap off a fine debut season with the Reds.

View the results in full below…