It wasn't entirely convincing, but with the way the season has gone, three points is three points is three points. And there were at least some clear positives, with Adam Lallana continuing to impress and Jordan Henderson showing what he can do when he isn't tethered to Steven Gerrard in the double-pivot. On the flip side, Rickie Lambert huffed and puffed to little effect and Dejan Lovren was again a liability.
But let us know how you saw it. Clicking the thumbs up button is a vote to move the player up the list—or to help keep them on top. Hitting thumbs down is a vote to push that player closer to the bottom. It's half Man of the Match poll and half player rankings, and we want to use it to find out who you think played well after each Liverpool match and, at the other end, who you'd maybe like to see given the next game off.
At the end of the month we'll go back through the results of that month's Ranker polls to hold a Player of the Month vote. Then, at the end of the season, the monthly results will help to determine The Liverpool Offside's Player of the Season and Young Player of the Season.