Liverpool were unable to overcome Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund as they lost 3-2 on Saturday.
The Reds put out a fairly strong starting XI, with the likes of Joel Matip, Fabinho and Joe Gomez all involved – along with Champions League final goalscorer Divock Origi.
Dortmund, however, took the lead after just three minutes as Paco Alcacer fired the German side in front.
Welsh international Harry Wilson equalised for Liverpool in the 35th minute, only for Thomas Delaney to make it 2-1 just under 10 minutes into the second-half for Dortmund.
Jacob Bruun Larsen then made it 3-1 five minutes later, with a consolation penalty from talented youngster Rhian Brewster for Liverpool rounding off the scoring on the night as the Reds slumped to defeat.
It was a mixed bag of performances on an individual level for Liverpool, so here is how we rated each player in the starting XI…
Simon Mignolet: 7
Made a number of impressive saves to deny Borussia Dortmund on the night. He’ll be happy with his performance between the sticks.
Nathaniel Clyne: 4
Poor defensively and offered little going forward down the right side. He has been linked with a move away to Crystal Palace this summer.
Joel Matip: 6
A decent performance from Matip at the back. Could have done better for the first Dortmund goal, but didn’t put a foot wrong aside from that.
Joe Gomez: 6
A solid display from Gomez alongside Matip for Liverpool. He will be hoping to get the nod alongside Virgil Van Dijk in the Premier League next season.
Yasser Larouci: 4
Didn’t look up to the task at left-back. Far too many errors from the young defender.
A typical Fabinho performance. He kept the ball well and was solid in the tackle, one of Liverpool’s better players.
James Milner: 6
Liverpool needed a bit more creativity in midfield and Milner was unable to provide it. He worked hard, but had little to show for it.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain: 6
It’s tough to criticise Oxlade-Chamberlain, due to his recent injury problems, but he gave the ball away too often in midfield. He did, however, enjoy some impressive moments and is working his way back to full fitness.
Harry Wilson: 8
Exciting display from Wilson out on the right. The Welsh international was a constant threat and took his goal brilliantly.
Divock Origi: 5
Appeared isolated for large spells, but his movement did little to help his teammates pick him out.
Ryan Kent: 5
Tried too much when he was on the ball, as if he was desperate to impress. It’s good to see he has the hunger to catch the eye, but he needs to do the simple work first and foremost.