Burnley produced another fine performance on the road, holding Liverpool to a 1-1 draw, which keeps the Clarets undefeated away record intact. Here’s how each one of Sean Dyche’s men get on.
Goalkeeper and Defence:
Nick Pope: Making the first Premier League start of his career, Pope certainly kept his side in the game with some impressive saves.
Got down well to save from Trent Alexander-Arnold in the second half after his shot was deflected, and was definitely the busiest of the keepers, as Liverpool registered 30 more shots than the Clarets. Might be slightly disappointed with Mohamed Salah’s goal but, nonetheless, produced a wonderful performance. (8 out of ten)
Matt Lowton: Was excellent in stopping Liverpool’s wide attack, dealing with the ever changing opponent that he would face. He threw his body on the line on more than one occasion to block crosses or attempts on goal, and was also a threat going...