Performance grade: C
Without the goal, Charlie Adam's grading would be a D.
Let's look at the passage of play leading up to Roger Johnson's deflecting Adam's shot into the back of the net.
The safe option would have been to play the ball back to Stewart Downing.
The obvious option would have been to put in a cross.
The smartest option would have been to lay the ball to Jordan Henderson just outside the box with the Wolverhampton Wanderers' defence pinned back.
Instead, Adam shot the ball, and without the heavy and fortuitous deflection, you would have been scratching your head.
This perfectly illustrates his inefficiency for Liverpool in attack. I know, ironic that he scored.
His hail May passes keep giving away possession. If it works out, Adam looks like Xavi, but more often than not, it doesn't.
Against Wolves, he turned over possession 11 times.