A thrilling 3-3 draw at Brentford Community Stadium delighted Liverpool and Brentford Premier League fans on Saturday with a thrilling goal-fest.
The game started at a non-stop pace and remained that way all the time. Goalline clearances on both ends in the first 10 minutes indicate that it will not be goalless for long. This was proved when Brenford took the lead through Ethan Pink in the 2nd minute. Their advantage lasted barely four minutes, but Diego Jota immediately equalized for the visitors with a header from Henderson’s cross.
The second half proved to be equally entertaining, with goals flowing freely on both ends. 5 Sala Liverpool made the first push through Mohamed Salah in the 3rd minute, just minutes later to hit Vitaly Janelt. Curtis Jones returned Liverpool’s lead in the 2nd minute, but Eoin Weiss pulled it again in the 2nd minute.
In the end, a share of the points was a fair result, with both teams giving themselves an excellent calculation.
On this note, here are the Liverpool player ratings from the game.
It was a confusing trip for the Liverpool defender, who could do nothing to stop Brentford’s goal but otherwise he didn’t have much to do.
The occasion went well but Brentford limited their overall impact to the game significantly as their attack focused primarily on him.
An extraordinary goalline at first impressed Clearance, which was the highlight of his otherwise difficult and unexpected performance.
Brentford has dealt with the relentless threat of relentless attackers with conventional comfort and peace, which seems utterly unstable.
Taking advantage of time and space regularly gave him the ability to the left because he was extremely intentional and fiercely attacking.
Curtis Jones: 7/10
Jones ’energetic and encouraging performance was offset by a long-range goal before picking up in the middle of the second half.
Claiming a subtle help to boot, he has teamed up with his midfield partner Henderson to launch another excellent and effective show.
Henderson’s relentless will and tireless running seemed to have taken his side forward throughout the game.
The Liverpool captain played his part in the result, setting up the pair for the opener with a pin-point cross.
Mohammed Salah: 6/10
He scored his current conventional goal in the second half but failed to make much of an impact.
Diogo Jota: 6/10
The Liverpool opener should have scored and really scored a hat-trick but missed several presentable opportunities that came his way.
His team struggled to get involved in offensive play and was a passenger in most of the game.
Replaces Jones for the final 20 minutes and straightens the rhythm of the game but fails to make his mark.