Liverpool player ratings as Alexis Mac Allister excellent but one perfect score for departing legend

Liverpool ended the Jurgen Klopp era with victory over Wolves at an emotional Anfield on Sunday afternoon.

Alexis Mac Allister and Jarell Quansah scored first-half goals as the Reds earned a 2-0 victory to cement their position in third.

And here's how the ECHO rated the Liverpool players on an unforgettable occasion.

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Alisson Becker 7

Good stops from Hwang and Neto at either end of the game in an otherwise very quiet performance.

Trent Alexander-Arnold 7

Found space going forward after Wolves were reduced to 10 men. Had a few sights at goal and flurry of good crosses demanded a better finish. Subbed.

Jarell Quansah 8

Solid enough defensively and involved in the build-up to first goal before prodding home the second. A real success story this season.

Virgil van Dijk 7

Too strong for Cunha inside the area in one instance and sauntered his way through things before break. Good block denied certain goal for same player second half.

Andy Robertson 7

Took a big bang when landing awkwardly during first half but able to press forward effectively. Bit more subdued after that.

Wataru Endo 7

Forced Sa into a good stop and began to pick up plenty of loose balls towards interval and grew in influence. Booked, obviously.

Harvey Elliott 8

Another impressively busy display, his cross inviting the opener and gave Liverpool attacking momentum. Popped up on the left occasionally, too. Subbed.

Alexis Mac Allister 8

Some good challenges and neat touches early on and fine header for the first having been caught heavily by Semedo for the red-card challenge moments earlier. Fine display. Subbed.

Mohamed Salah 7

Began to get more joy up against Ait-Nouri, shot deflected to tee up second and twice close before break. Denied several other occasions by Sa second half for a goal that just wouldn’t come.

Cody Gakpo 7

Flick-on from corner helped initiate second goal and another decent performance leading the line. Subbed.

Luis Diaz 7

Plenty of endeavour and pressing down the left and deliveries caused panic in Wolves defence. Somehow hit the underside of the bar from a few yards. Subbed.

Ryan Gravenberch (for Mac Allister 70) 6

Minimal contribution from the Dutchman.

Conor Bradley (for Alexander-Arnold 71) 6

A few forward forays from the youngster.

Darwin Nunez (for Diaz 71) 6

Some nearly moments from the Uruguayan

Curtis Jones (for Elliott 81)

Minutes for the midfielder.

Dominik Szoboszlai (for Gakpo 81)

Hello sir.

And finally...

Jurgen Klopp 10

A genuine Anfield legend who have us all the time of our lives. Thanks, Jurgen. You will very much be missed.

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