Liverpool new signing Andy Robertson has finally started making some appearances for the Reds and was widely hailed for his outstanding display against Bournemouth.
Liverpool signed Robertson for £10 million in the recent transfer window but has failed to make the first-team since arriving from Hull. Many fans thought Robertson would slot right into the first-team left-back position vacated by James Milner. But, instead, quite remarkably, Alberto Moreno regained his form ( or finally found form) which relegated Robertson to the bench.
But since Moreno’s unfortunate injury, The Scotland international has been putting in some fine performances and manager Jurgen Klopp has noticed.
Robertson set up a goal for Coutinho and delivered fine crosses and defended well to help Liverpool win their fourth consecutive away game- which ended 4-0. ( Liverpool are the first Premier League side in history win win four consecutive away games by three goals or more).
And Klopp said: “He has not had to wait, he has had to train and to learn,” Klopp said. “That is a different thing.
“Only because everybody is asking, it looks like he has to wait.
“He made a big step today.
“He has to gain rhythm, get more confident and today was a game where he really made a difference.”
The 23-year-old left-back will hope for more first-team action as the December period gets even busier with game against Arsenal next.
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