How did the players rate? Norwich City v Liverpool

08:48 25 January 2016

Dieumerci Mbokani of Norwich celebrates scoring his side

Dieumerci Mbokani of Norwich celebrates scoring his side's first goal with a cheeky back heel in the 5-4 defeat to Liverpool. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

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Our player ratings make grim reading for Norwich City’s backline after they conceded five goals against Liverpool on Saturday.

The attacking trio of Mbokani, Hoolahan and Naismith were the only Canaries’ to shine.

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  • I could care, because I want to see some radical changes in the team formation and tactics, we are not as useless as we make out, and we have to get it right soon. If we don't we're going to see the kind of deluded rating that, on the 'rate the player' feature scores Russell Marin at 5.5, our fourth best player. Either there is a modicum of statistical manipulation going on, or we have all gone 'mad for Norfolk'. I rated him 1, if only to restore some degree of sanity.

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    Monday, January 25, 2016

  • Wow I couldn't care anymore about the ratings we lost to a better team, move on we all know Liverpool are an attacking team costing millions. We attacked them and I enjoyed the goals we scored. Pity about a few defensive choices but I expected games like this, last season.

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    Monday, January 25, 2016

  • Agreed and how on earth did Redmond get a 6? Ducked out of at least 2 winnable challenges in the first half, at fault with at least one of the goals, mind you he DID flounce around theatrically and look upset with his team mates.

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    Monday, January 25, 2016

  • How did Martin manage a 4? What have you got to do to get a 3?! Brady effectively handed them 2 goals so should have been on a par with Martin.

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    Monday, January 25, 2016

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