Nobody for Liverpool gave a solid account of themselves on Saturday.
Jurgen Klopp’s side suffered a 3-0 defeat away to Brighton & Hove Albion.
Liverpool have been hammered under Klopp before, but this might have been the worst overall display that the German manager has ever seen from his troops.
The Reds were toothless in defence and attack, conceding silly goals and coming nowhere near close enough to scoring themselves.
Yes, Klopp had a number of players missing through injury but, even still, you expect better from a side that nearly won the Premier League and Champions League only about seven months ago.
According to The Echo, a lot of Liverpool players failed to even acknowledge the travelling support, but one star who did was Harvey Elliott.
Despite only being 19, Elliott took responsibility and saluted those who had travelled and paid money to watch such a gutless performance.
Not only that, but The Echo reports that the former Fulham talent even gave a supporter his shirt.
A connection between the players and fanbase is what makes Liverpool such a special club and the fact that Elliott remembered that, at times when a number of his teammates went straight for the tunnel, sums up what an excellent attitude the teenager has.
Yesterday wasn’t his best outing in a Reds shirt, but there will be many more glorious days for him ahead and based on his actions on Saturday, he has the mentality needed to force them, too.