Liverpool player ratings as one excellent and one poor in late Aston Villa collapse

Liverpool brought the curtain down on Jurgen Klopp's away days with an entertaining draw at Aston Villa on Monday night.

An own goal from Emiliano Martinez was followed by strikes from Cody Gakpo and Jarell Quansah as the Reds fought out a 3-3 draw in the Premier League.

And here the ECHO rates Klopp's players after the game at Villa Park.

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Alisson Becker 7

Couldn’t do much about Villa’s goals and twice caused panic with miscued clearances, but good saves from Zaniolo and Diaby second half.

Trent Alexander-Arnold 6

Regularly drifted into a central midfield position early on but forced into more defending before break and second half more one of attrition. Denied by Martinez with one thunderbolt.

Jarell Quansah 7

Beaten by Watkins in the build-up to first Villa goal but otherwise impressive and made some necessary blocks first half, and headed in brilliantly for first Premier League strike.

Virgil van Dijk 6

Had to put on the afterburners on several occasions as Villa threatened with runners from deep. Intervened as home side pressed second half but couldn’t quell the tide.

Joe Gomez 7

Plenty asked of him defensively before interval but was able to push forward and laid on the second. Covered well after the break as Villa pressed.

Wataru Endo 7

Asked to do an awful lot of covering for the defence and wasn’t able to be everywhere at once before interval, but much better second half and sorely missed when subbed.

Harvey Elliott 7

Began brightly and saw his cross fumbled in by Martinez for the opener and started to get stuck in defensively as Villa improved. Delivered fine free-kick for third goal. Booked and subbed.

Alexis Mac Allister 5

Gave the ball away to spark the leveller and appeared off the pace for large parts. Stepped up slightly in the second half but then lost ball for the Villa second.

Mohamed Salah 6

Another who started well, involved in opener and had the beating of Digne but faded a little before the break. A succession of nearly moments second half.

Cody Gakpo 8

Continued his good recent form with an impressive showing leading the line and tapped in the second. Strong physically and used ball well.

Luis Diaz 6

Played part in the second goal and put himself about during the first half, but better pass would have created clear chance for Salah. Booked.

Darwin Nunez (for Gakpo 75) 6

Needless offside when sent clear by Jones but looked sharp.

Ryan Gravenberch (for Elliott 75) 6

Not overly involved after introduction.

Curtis Jones (for Diaz 76) 6

A couple of good forward passes.

Dominik Szobszoszlai (for Endo 76) 7

Much better cameo and denied goal by good Martinez save.