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After two defeats in two games, Liverpool got back to winning ways and beat Brighton & Hove Albion 1-0 earlier today.

The Seagulls appeared solid in defence throughout the game but an early second-half penalty from Mohamed Salah sealed all three points for the Reds.

Here are the Liverpool players rated in their win over Brighton.

Alisson (7/10): Wasn’t called into action much, with Brighton failing to create too many goalscoring chances. The Brazilian’s distribution was excellent, as always, while a smart push to deny Locadia was arguably the highlight of his performance.

Trent Alexander-Arnold (7.5/10): Provided good support from the right flank, although he did look quite casual at times, in terms of his passing. Defensively, his pace allowed him to cover up a lot of ground as he had enough time to contain up any counter-attacking opportunities or any loose balls in the Liverpool half.

Fabinho (8.5/10): Proved his worth once again with yet another smart and classy display, even in an unnatural position. The Brazilian was always in control of the ball and recycled possession rather well while his positioning was also spot on.

Virgil van Dijk (8/10): Much like Fabinho, Van Dijk maintained excellent composure, as usual, and was also a threat from set-pieces. A top performance from the Premier League player of the month from December.

Andrew Robertson (8/10):  The Scot had another tidy game. A few of his deliveries inside the box nearly exposed the Brighton defence.

Jordan Henderson (7.5/10): Orchestrated Liverpool’s possession game

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