Crystal Palace player ratings: six score 7/10 and one 8/10 in thrilling 0-0 Liverpool draw

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The player ratings from Crystal Palace vs Liverpool in the Premier League at Selhurst Park.

Vicente Guaita-6

The Spanish is easily one of the best shot stoppers in the league. Saved twice from Mohamed Salah in the first half. His distribution and reading of danger was spotless under the lights at Selhurst.


One of his best games this season. Looked very composed when making a tackle, if he could get up the pitch quickly to support Schlupp in attack would have been priceless. Still really good.

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Joachim Andersen-7

Aerially not many are better than the Dane. His ability to also just switch play was so beneficial to his team as Liverpool pressed on early in the second half.

Nathaniel Clyne-6

Brilliant without necessarily being Hollywood. Did this defensive duties with so much effectiveness, unlucky to be shown a yellow early on in the game.

Marc Guehi- 7

The defender had a free header in the first half to put his side ahead and missed it, defensively he was solid and was first into challenges. Looked unbeatable at times.

Jeffrey Schlupp- 6

A real engine at the heart of the Palace midfield. Hurried the Liverpool players and was unlucky not to get an assist from pinching the ball off Trent in the first half.

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Albert Sambi Lokonga- 7

Neat and progressive display especially in the first half. Looks to be settling in quite well in south London.

Cheick Doucoure- 6

Never hurries anything and was first to the ball mostly.

Michael Olise-8

A deadly delivery all game. His first instinct was to always take on his man when on the ball. Gave the Liverpool backline nightmares all game.

Jean-Philippe Mateta- 6

Missed glorious chances in the first half after his attempted chip was deflected behind for a corner. Should have done better with that effort. Then missed another chance after being set up by Jeffrey Schlupp. Led the line well though.

Jordan Ayew- 7

One of the reasons he’s one of the first names on the team sheet is because he works so hard for his manager. He’s a defensive attacker and puts his body on the line when Palace are under pressure.

Eberechi Eze- 5

Brought so much flair and skill in to the game. A puzzle why he doesn’t start.

Odsonne Edouard-5

Replaced Mateta and lead the line quite well.

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