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Swansea 2 Liverpool 2 - player ratings

TEAMtalk rates and slates the individual performances in Swansea's 2-2 draw with Liverpool in the Monday Night Football.

Last Updated: 16/09/13 at 23:22 Post Comment

Michu: Celebrates after scoring the equaliser and earning a 7/10

Michu: Celebrates after scoring the equaliser and earning a 7/10

Swansea:

Michel Vorm: No obvious errors but took up a poor position off-centre for Victor Moses' goal. 6

Angel Rangel: Unruffled at the back and forced Jose Enrique to focus on defending more than attacking. 7

Ben Davies: Impressed as the most attacking full-back on display, though final ball could be improved. 8

Chico Flores: Solid in the heart of the Swansea defence and made a crucial late interception. 8

Ashley Williams: Rarely troubled but booked for late, high challenge on Coutinho. 6

Jonjo Shelvey: Two extremely poor errors to gift Liverpool their goals but recovered well to lay on Michu's equaliser. 6

Leon Britton: Neat on the ball and grafted off it; played a large part in Michu's goal. 6

Nathan Dyer: Quiet in the first-half on return from injury. Subbed at half-time. 6

Wayne Routledge: Some bright moments but didn't create enough. 6

Michu: The most threatening of Swansea's attackers and got his first goal of the season. 7

Wilfried Bony: Worked hard and caused problems without really threatening Liverpool goal. 6

Substitutes:

Jonathan de Guzman: Imposed himself on the second half and went close with a late free-kick. 7

Alejandro Pozuelo: Displayed some neat touches and threatened after coming off the bench. 7

Liverpool:

Simon Mignolet: Dominated his box and made a fine late save to stop de Guzman's free-kick. 8

Andre Wisdom: Solid but had to be replaced after being booked in the second half. 6

Martin Skrtel: Great challenge to deny Bony a tap-in. Solid alongside Sakho. 8

Mamadou Sakho: A few shaky moments on his Premier League debut. 6

Jose Enrique: Solid in defence but failed to impose himself going forward. 6

Steven Gerrard: Not as influential as he would have liked on 400th appearance as skipper. 6

Lucas As busy as always but failed to impose himself on the game. 6

Jordan Henderson: Faded as the game wore on. Wasted a good chance at the far post. 6

Philippe Coutinho Quiet before being substituted early in the second half. 5

Victor Moses Notched a debut goal but plenty more to come. 6

Daniel Sturridge Showed great anticipation for his goal and created space for Moses to score. 8

Substitutes:

Kolo Toure Experience needed during late cameo. 6

Iago Aspas Received little service after coming off the bench. 5

Raheem Sterling: Not on long enough to make an impression.

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