The Reds have been held at house by the Eagles on Monday night time, as two extra early factors have been dropped within the Premier League.
Wilfried Zaha fired Palace in entrance with a exact end, earlier than Nunez was sent-off for a headbutt on his house debut.
So how did the media price the Reds at Anfield?
It was Diaz (7.6) who bought the very best ranking at Anfield, primarily due to his memorable objective.
The Colombian weaved previous a number of Palace defenders earlier than bending an inch-perfect end into the Kop web, restoring some parity.
The Echo‘s Ian Doyle felt Diaz “got here to life” after Nunez’s crimson card, nearly as if he felt the necessity to drag his staff out of the mire.
In second place was Harvey Elliott (7.2), who confirmed the opposite midfielders a factor or two about producing guile within the remaining third.
Michael Hincks of the i felt the 19-year-old loved a “brilliant begin with some sharp passing,” being on the centre of most of Liverpool’s good play.
In the meantime, FotMob identified that Elliott had a 90 % move completion price, in addition to profitable 4 out of 5 tackles.
Trent Alexander-Arnold (6.7) was up subsequent after showcasing a few of his passing magic at Anfield, usually in a midfield position.
As for the worst participant, it wasn’t even shut, as Nunez (3.1) let his aspect down with a braindead headbutt on Joachim Andersen.
Doyle described the actions of Liverpool’s big-money summer season signing as “silly,” whereas Hincks mentioned he was “schooled” by Andersen.
Up subsequent for Liverpool is subsequent Monday’s essential journey to Man United and there’s a centre-forward subject to unravel ought to Roberto Firmino not be match for the event, with Klopp solely revealing he “may be prepared.”