Some players seem to take the match personal as they gave it their all and these players is what we are going to talk about;
Trent Alexandre Arnold: The young right-back was exceptional in the game against Atletico Madrid on Wednesday night. He provided the two assists that led to the two goals. His crosses in the first half secured a win for his team.
He was the man of the match due to his wonderful performance at Anfield.
Diogo Jota: Jota gave his opponent a tough game and provided the first goal with a header. He gave another header towards the end of the first half which was well saved by Oblak.
At the start of the second half, he had the chance for a rebound but didn't reach the ball early enough. Jota was exceptional and performed at his peak in the game against Atletico Madrid.
Mohammed Salah: Salah regained his top form at the beginning of the season, always finding the opponent back of the net. He netted three times against Man U and is currently the premier league's highest goal scorer.
Though he didn't score or provide an assist against Atletico, his impact was felt by the Atleti defenders. His dribbles caused havoc for the Diego Simeone team. He was on target in the first half but the shot was also saved by Oblak.
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