In a game where Liverpool completely dominated PSG, the fans will have been delighted to see Roberto Frimino’s late winner on Tuesday night which extended the Merseyside club’s winning start to the season.
In a game that many predicted would be a battle between the two forward lines, Liverpool’s easily stole the show despite not being at their best. Without Firmino from the start, Daniel Sturridge announced himself on the scene with the first goal of the game. On the wings, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane were nowhere near their best but still provided enough threat on the PSG backline.
When all three are fit, they are arguably the best trio in Europe and so far Sturridge and Xherdan Shaqiri have only been used as backups. Even behind Sturridge, Klopp has Dominic Solanke and Divock Origi to chose from. To add even more quality to Liverpool’s forward line is the club’s 18-year-old sensation Rhian Brewster.
A Golden Boot winner with the England under-17s, the prolific striker picked up an injury last year which required surgery. Despite being injured, he signed his first professional contract over the summer but will not be back in training until December according to the Guardian.
Despite being only 18, such is Brewster’s talent that Liverpool should consider sending him out on loan when he returns to full fitness come the turn of the year.
With Rodgers as manager, sending Brewster to Glasgow could be a great place to continue his development, especially as he is unlikely to feature for the first-team this season. Moreover, with Moussa Dembele no longer at the club, Celtic could do with some depth up front.
Liverpool fans, what do you think?