The Reds were superb at Anfield on Monday evening, returning to form and picking up a hugely important three points.
The Merseyside derby triumph will now hopefully kick-start Liverpool’s season, with their top-four push not over just yet.
There was no dispute over who Liverpool’s star man at Anfield was, with Bajcetic (8.2) producing a memorable performance.
The 18-year-old was the standout midfielder on both sides by far, biting into tackles and using the ball with intelligence and purpose.
TIA’s Mark Delgado understandably gave Bajcetic the Man of the Match award, saying he was the “most composed player on the pitch” in the opening 45 minutes.
Meanwhile, the Echo‘s Ian Doyle felt the Spaniard produced an “excellent showing” in the second half, summing up how impressive he was throughout.
Not only did the former open the scoring, he also completed 30 out of 34 passes and had a 100 percent shot accuracy, according to FotMob.
Nunez did brilliantly for the opening goal, bursting clear and showing great composure, with Delgado saying he was “roared on by the backing of the crowd.”
Joe Gomez (7.5) and Gakpo (7.5) got the joint-third highest rating, with both catching the eye in their own way.
It wasn’t a night to focus on the poorer performers, but Fabinho (6.4) still looked short of his best and got the lowest average.