Liverpool are now just three points ahead of Manchester City in the Premier League after the Reds failed to claim all three points against West Ham on Monday night.

Sadio Mane opened the scoring with a lovely turn and finish but Michail Antonio scored a well-worked equaliser, with the game ending 1-1.

But, how did the players out on loan away from Anfield perform in their games this weekend?

Nathaniel Clyne – AFC Bournemouth

The England international played the full game at right back for the Cherries as they were beaten 2-0 by Cardiff away from home.

Clyne also picked up a yellow card and Bobby Reid got both the goals for the Bluebirds.

Bournemouth are currently 10th in the Premier League and are having a fantastic season.

Apps: 5

Goals: 0

Danny Ings – Southampton

Ings started upfront put picked up an injury in the 27th minute and was replaced by Shane Long as Southampton drew 1-1 away at Burnley.

Nathan Redmond got the goal for the Saints and Ashley Barnes scored a 94th-minute equaliser for the home side.

Southampton are sitting in 16th place in the Premier League two points clear of the relegation zone.

Apps: 18

Goals: 7

Harry Wilson – Derby County

Wilson played the full game for Derby behind the striker and was named as the Man of the Match but the Rams drew 0-0 away at Preston.

The Welshman’s side dropped down to seventh place in the Championship table.

Apps: 27

Goals: 11

Ovie Ejaria – Reading

Ejaria played the full game at left midfield in a 0-0 draw with Aston Villa, but Reading in the relegation zone, despite picking up a point.

Apps: 2

Goals: 0

Ryan Kent – Rangers

Kent got on the scoresheet once again for Rangers as he played the full game at left wing in their 4-0 thrashing of St Mirren.

James Tavernier scored two penalties and Jermain Defoe also notched from the spot.

Apps: 26

Goals: 4

Adam Bogdan – Hibernian

Ofir Marciano was again preferred in goal as Hibs were defeated 2-1 by Aberdeen at home.

Oli Shaw opened the scoring for Hibs but goals from Andy Considine and Gary Mackay-Steven ensured Aberdeen claimed all three points.

Despite the defeat, Hibernian remained in seventh place in the Scottish Premiership.

Apps: 25

Clean Sheets: 8

Liam Millar – Kilmarnock

The Liverpool Under 23s forward signed for Kilmarnock on loan on deadline day and made his debut in 2-1 defeat at home to Hearts, replacing Greg Taylor in the 78th minute on Friday.

Sean Clare and Steven Naismith scored for Hearts and Jordan Jones got the goal for Killy – they moved down to fourth in the table.

Apps: 1


Marko Grujic – Hertha Berlin

The Serbian midfielder played the full game in a defensive midfield role in a 3-4-2-1 as Hertha Berlin lost 1-0 to Wolfsburg at home.

Wout Weghorst got the goal and because of the defeat, Hertha moved down to ninth place in the Bundesliga.

Apps: 10

Goals 2

Allan de Souza– Hertha Berlin

Allan was again absent from the matchday squad as Frankfurt drew 1-1 with leaders Borussia Dortmund.

Marco Reus opened the scoring and Luka Jovic equalised but that was it and Frankfurt remained in a Europa League spot in the Bundesliga.

Apps: 4

Goals: 0

Loris Karius – Besiktas

Karius played the full game in goal but conceded two for Besiktas in a 6-2 thriller away at Antalyaspor.

Adem Ljajic, Dorukhan Tokoz, Atiba Hutchinson, Salih Dursun (o.g.) and Shinji Kagawa (2) got the goals for Besiktas with Souleymane Doukara and Chico with the two goals for the home side.

Besiktas have moved up to third place in the Turkish Super Lig.

Apps: 16

Clean Sheets: 3

Sheyi Ojo – Stade de Reims

Ojo was again an unused substitute for Stade de Reims in their 2-1 victory over Marseille at home.

Tristan Dingome and Suk Hyun-Jun scored the goals for Reims and Clinton N’Jie got a consolation – Reims moved up to seventh place in Ligue 1.

Apps: 14

Goals: 1

Taiwo Awoniyi – Royal Mouscron

The Nigerian forward played 77 minutes at right midfield as his side beat Sporting Charleroi 3-0 at home.

Mergim Vojvoda, Sidney Friede and Marko Bakic got the goals for Mouscron and they moved up to 11th place in the Belgian Division 1A.

Apps: 3

Goals: 2

Pedro Chirivella – Extremadura UD

The young defensive midfielder joined the Spanish Segunda Division side on transfer deadline day but, was not included in the side on Sunday.

They were beaten 3-0 by Girona with Aitor Garcia and Uros Durdevic (2) getting the goals – Extremadura are sitting in 19th place and in the relegation zone in the Segunda Division.

Apps: 0

Goals: 0

Kamil Grabara’s AGF Aarhus over in Denmark did not have a game due to the league still being inactive.