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Unsung Hero: Naby Keita continued to impress for Liverpool against Brighton

Unsung Hero: Naby Keita continued to impress for Liverpool against Brighton - Liverpool News

Liverpool’s win over Brighton sees them just eight points away from ending the season as centurions.

The Premier League title may be wrapped up but Jurgen Klopp and his men continue to push for another club milestone. The Reds are on course to finish the season with 100 points and need three more wins from their final four games to secure this accolade.

Liverpool’s win was their 30th of the Premier League season and has pretty much buried any doubts about their ability to complete the season in style. They have drawn a line under their 4-0 defeat to Manchester City and have since won two matches and scored five goals (via Sofascore).

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One man who has played an important part in their last two matches but has perhaps slipped under the radar a little is Naby Keita. The midfielder has bounced back from a poor start to the season and a 2019/20 campaign hampered by injuries. He has assisted two goals in his last two appearances and looks like he has truly found his form at last.

Against Brighton, Keita created the most chances (five) and completed the most dribbles (three out of three) in the whole match (via FotMob). The £30.1m-valued man also made seven recoveries and enjoyed an 86% passing success rate.

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With his form very much on an upwards trajectory, there’s every chance he could start the remaining Premier League fixtures. At least he deserves to given his current work ethic and with Jordan Henderson potentially looking at a spell on the sidelines following his injury against Brighton (via BBC Sport).

How do you think Naby Keita performed on Wednesday, Reds fans? Let us know in the comments below!


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