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SportLoan Watch: How did Liverpool’s loan players fare at the weekend?

15:30  06 december  2018
15:30  06 december  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Loan Watch: How did Liverpool’s loan players fare at the weekend?

Loan Watch: How did Liverpool’s loan players fare at the weekend? Liverpool were victorious at the Vitality, beating Bournemouth 4-0 as a Mohamed Salah hat-trick (and a Steve Cook own goal) sent the Reds to the top of the Premier League. Let’s see how the players out on loan did this week. Danny Ings – Southampton Ings remains out injured for Southampton as they were beaten 1-0 away from home by Cardiff City. Makeshift striker Callum Paterson scored the only goal of that game and the Saints are sitting in 19th place in the Premier League. Apps: 11 Goals: 4 Harry Wilson – Derby County Wilson played 72 minutes at right wing for Derby before being replaced by Florian Jozefzoon – the Welshman also picked up a yellow card. Derby beat Wigan 1-0 away from with Jack Marriott scoring the goal of that game which sent Derby up to fourth place in the Championship. Apps: 15 Goals: 6 Ben Woodburn – Sheffield United Woodburn was again absent from the match-day squad as Sheffield United beat Reading 2-0 away from home. Billy Sharp and a Sam Baldock own goal was enough for the Blades and they moved up to third place in the Championship. Apps: 7 Goals: 0 Ryan Kent & Ovie Ejaria – Rangers Kent made his return for Rangers and played the first half before being replaced by Glenn Middleton on the wing. Ejaria came on in the 70th minute for Andy Halliday as Rangers drew 1-1 away from home against 10 men Dundee.

The players out on loan had their own success’ away from Anfield – let’ s see how they got on at the week . Danny Ings – Southampton. Ings played up front in a 4-5-1 as the lone striker and scored a penalty for Southampton’ s goal in a 6-1 thrashing by Manchester City, he came off in the 82nd minute

Liverpool continued their undefeated run in the Premier League after International break with a 3-0 victory over Watford. Mohamed Salah, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Roberto Firmino found the back of the net in that game, but let’ s see how the players out on loan did . Danny Ings – Southampton.

Loan Watch: How did Liverpool’s loan players fare at the weekend? © Nathan Stirk/Getty Images Sport Derby County v Swansea City - Sky Bet Championship

Liverpool have had two victories since the last edition of  Loan Watch, with Divock Origi scoring a dramatic late winner in the Merseyside derby before a rotational XI dug deep to win 3-1 against Burnley at Turf Moor.

Let’s see how the players away from Anfield got on in their games this week.

Danny Ings – Southampton

Ings did not feature in Southampton’s two games this week a 2-2 draw with Manchester United and a 3-1 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur.

Ings is still recovering from is injury he picked up earlier in the season – after the two games the Saints sit in 18th place in the Premier League.

Loan Watch: How did Liverpool’s loan players fare at the weekend?

Loan Watch: How did Liverpool’s loan players fare at the weekend? The Reds were victorious over bitter rivals Manchester United as Xherdan Shaqiri and Sadio Mane netted in a 3-1 victory that ultimately cost Jose Mourinho his job. But how did the player’s on loan way from Anfield get on at the weekend? Danny Ings – Southampton Ings scored twice on his return from injury as Southampton defeated Arsenal 3-2 at St Mary’s. Charlie Austin scored the other goal of the game and Henrikh Mkhitaryan got both for the Gunners. The Saints moved clear of the relegation zone thanks to the three points and are now in 17th place. Apps: 12 Goals: 6 Harry Wilson – Derby County Wilson played the full 90 minutes at right wing for Derby County in a 0-0 draw to rivals Nottingham Forest at home. Derby remain in fourth place in the Championship thanks to the point. Apps: 16 Goals: 6 Ben Woodburn – Sheffield United Woodburn was again absent from the match-day squad as Sheffield United were defeated 2-1 at home to West Brom. David McGoldrick got the goal for the Blades and Gareth Barry and Kieran Gibbs were on target for the visitors. Sheffield United moved down to fifth place in the Championship. Apps: 7 Goals: 0 Ryan Kent – Rangers With Ovie Ejaria being recalled by Liverpool only Kent remains in Scotland, however, he didn’t feature in the 1-0 victory over Hamilton. Kyle Lafferty scored the only goal of the game and Steven Gerrard’s Rangers rose to top of the Scottish Premier League table.

Liverpool ’ s first team defeated Fulham 2-0 at Anfield at the weekend with Mohamed Salah and Xherdan Shaqiri finding the target. The players out on loan had their own successes away from Merseyside this week , let’s see how they got on. Danny Ings – Southampton.

Liverpool Loan Watch - How did the Reds' academy stars fare this - www.thisisanfield.com. Once again in 2014/15, Liverpool utilised the loan system to. Liverpool have a lot of players currently out on loan across the world, so let’ s see how they performed at the weekend .

Apps: 11

Goals: 4

Harry Wilson – Derby County

Wilson scored twice for Derby in a 2-1 victory over Swansea at home, with one of the goals being a 25-yard screamer.

The Swan’s goal came through a Fikayo Tomori own goal and Frank Lampard’s side remain in seventh place in the Championship.

Apps: 14

Goals: 6

Ben Woodburn – Sheffield United

Woodburn didn’t make the bench for Sheffield United as they were defeated 1-0 at home to Leeds United on Saturday thanks to Pablo Hernandez.

The Blades have moved down to sixth place in the Championship.

Apps: 7

Goals: 0

Ryan Kent & Ovie Ejaria – Rangers

Kent didn’t feature in the game due to a hamstring injury he sustained a couple of weeks ago and Ejaria played the full game in central midfield.

Rangers beat Hearts 2-1 away from home with Gareth McAuley own goal putting Hearts ahead, before strikes from Connor Goldson and Alfredo Morelos handed the ‘gers all three points.

Loan Watch: How did Liverpool’s loan players fare at the weekend?

Loan Watch: How did Liverpool’s loan players fare at the weekend? Liverpool continued their undefeated run in the Premier League after International break with a 3-0 victory over Watford. Mohamed Salah, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Roberto Firmino found the back of the net in that game, but let’s see how the players out on loan did. Danny Ings – Southampton Ings did not feature in Southampton’s 3-2 defeat to Fulham due to the hamstring injury he sustained in the previous game. Aleksandar Mitrovic (2) and Andre Schurrle scored for Fulham and Stuart Armstrong netted twice for the Saints. Southampton moved down to 18th place in the Premier League and into the relegation zone. Apps: 11 Goals: 4 Harry Wilson – Derby County Wilson played left wing for Derby for the full game and scored a lovely volley to equalise for the Rams in a 2-1 victory over Sheffield Wednesday. Adam Reach got the goal for the homeside and Jack Marriot got the winner for Derby and they remained in 6th place in the Championship despite the win. Apps: 13 Goals: 4 Ben Woodburn – Sheffield United Woodburn didn’t make the bench for Sheffield United as they drew 2-2 away at Rotherham. Mark Duffy and Chris Basham got the goals for Sheffield and Jon Taylor and Jamie Proctor got the goals for Rotherham. Despite the point the Blades moved down to 5th place in the Championship.

Liverpool Loan Watch - How did the Reds' academy stars fare this - www.thisisanfield.com. Once again in 2014/15, Liverpool utilised the loan system to. Liverpool have a lot of players currently out on loan across the world, so let’ s see how they performed at the weekend .

Liverpool Loan Watch - How did the Reds' academy stars fare this - www.thisisanfield.com. Once again in 2014/15, Liverpool utilised the loan system to. Liverpool have a lot of players currently out on loan across the world, so let’ s see how they performed at the weekend .

Kent still didn’t return in the game on Wednesday night but Ejaria again played the full game in central midfield.

Rangers were defeated 1-0 at home by Aberdeen with Alfredo Morelos getting sent off and Scott Mckenna getting the goal for Aberdeen.

After the two games Rangers moved down from first to second in the Scottish Premiership with Kilmarnock taking the top spot.

Kent

Apps: 9

Goals: 3

Ejaria

Apps: 13

Goals: 1

Adam Bogdan – Hibernian

Bogdan played the full game in goal but conceded three in a 3-0 defeat away at Kilmarnock.

Eamonn Brophy (2) and Greg Stewart scored for Kilmarnock.

In Hibs second game Bogdan again played the full game in goal in a 2-2 draw at home to St. Mirren.

Oli Shaw and Ryan Porteus got the goals for Hibs and Adam Hammill and Paul McGinn got the goals for Hibs.

After the two games Hibs remained in eighth place in the league.

App: 14

Clean Sheets: 4

Loris Karius – Besiktas

Ovie Ejaria returns to Liverpool after Rangers loan cut short

Ovie Ejaria returns to Liverpool after Rangers loan cut short Ovie Ejaria has returned to Liverpool after his loan spell at Rangers ended early. The midfielder made 28 appearances during his time in Glasgow, and scored two goals before the loan was terminated. Ejaria, along with Ryan Kent, were sent north of the border to join Steven Gerrard’s side, who were recently knocked out of the Europa League. Liverpool released in a statement that: “However, following discussions between the two clubs, as well as Ejaria and his family, it has been determined an early return to the Reds is in the best interests of all parties concerned.” “Liverpool would like to thank Steven Gerrard, his staff and everybody at Rangers for helping the 21-year-old develop and improve during his time at Ibrox – an experience the club believe has been extremely beneficial for his career.” The player will now return to Anfield, where he will either return to the Liverpool youth setup, or move away on loan again.

Loan watch : How the Cherries fared over New Year. Liverpool ’ s Daniel Sturridge joins West Brom on loan until end of - www.theguardian.com. © Ian MacNicol/Getty Images Sport Celtic v Rangers - Scottish Premier League. Liverpool have a lot of players currently out on loan across the world, so

Liverpool Loan Watch - How did the Reds' academy stars fare this - www.thisisanfield.com. Once again in 2014/15, Liverpool utilised the loan system to. Liverpool have a lot of players currently out on loan across the world, so let’ s see how they performed at the weekend .

Karius played the full game in goal and kept a clean sheet in a 1-0 victory over Galatasaray.

Adem Ljajic got the goal in that game and Besiktas moved up to third place in the Turkish Super Lig.

Apps: 10

Clean Sheets: 2

Sheyi Ojo – Stade Reims

Ojo played 85 minutes at right midfield before being replaced by Suk Hyun-Jun in a 0-0 draw with Marseille away from home.

Ojo was then unused in the next game – a 1-0 defeat at home to Tolouse were Issiaga Sylla got the only goal of the game.

After the two games Reims are sitting in 11th place in Ligue 1.

Apps: 9

Goals: 0

Marko Grujic – Hertha Berlin

Grujic played the full game at CDM in a 4-2-3-1 for Hertha Berlin as they beat Hannover 2-0 away from home.

He also picked up a yellow card in the 58th minute and Jordan Torunarigha and Vedad Ibisevic got the goals for Berlin.

They moved up to seventh place thanks to three points in the Bundesliga.

Apps: 5

Goals: 0

Allan Souza – Eintracht Frankfurt

Allan didn’t make the bench in Frankfurt’s 2-1 defeat at home to Wolsburg – Luka Jovic got the goal for Frankfurt.

Admir Mehmedi and Daneil Ginczek got the goals for Wolfsburg that sent Frankfurt down to 5th place in the Bundesliga.

Apps: 4

Goals: 0

Marko Grujic's loan spell with Hertha Berlin could be extended.
Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic could remain on loan at Hertha Berlin for longer than planned, report the Liverpool Echo. Grujic moved to the Bundesliga club in the summer, with first-team opportunities hard to come by at Anfield. He signed a new contract with the Reds shortly before moving out on loan, however, suggesting there is a future for him on Merseyside. The Echo report states as much, with Jurgen Klopp thought to view the 22-year-old as “first-team material” next season. Grujic has told SportBild that he sees his future with Liverpool but intends to stay with Hertha for an extra 12 months if they qualify for the Europa League: “In the long term I would like to prevail at Liverpool.” “But if we qualify for the Europa League with Hertha, I see a good chance that I will stay one more year.” The German side are currently seventh in the Bundesliga, one point adrift of the European places. It will be interesting to see what happens should Hertha make in into the Europa League, with Klopp seemingly keen to bring Grujic back next summer. There is lots of depth in Liverpool’s midfield, though, and the situation is likely to be reassessed further down the line.

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