The Liverpool fans in the Transfer Tavern have been calling for their club to sign on-loan Real Madrid midfielder, James Rodriguez after his incredible display against Poland yesterday evening. Colombia thrashed the Poles 3-0 and James was undoubtedly the star.
Whilst normally a player would have to score to be named the star of the show, James Rodriguez found his 2014 form and came with the man of the match award despite not being on the scoresheet. The gem in the Colombian crown helped himself to two assists and thrived in a slightly deeper role for his nation, with the Polish midfield unable to shut him up throughout the 90 minutes.
A well-worked corner routine saw James’ excellent cross headed in by Yerry Mina just before half-time to give the South Americans the lead. Then, 20 minutes from time, Radamel Falcao made it 2-0 with a sweet finish before Juan Cuadrado put the cherry on the icing on the cake when he ran clear and scored after Rodriguez’s sublime ball cut the Polish defence in two. The creative display from the Bayern Munich man has convinced almost everyone in Liverpool that Rodriguez is the player they need and not Nabil Fekir.
You can see what the Liverpool fans on Twitter have been saying here:
Sign James Rodriguez @LFC
— WakuTDP (@WakuTDP) June 24, 2018
@TheAnfieldWrap We need to sign James Rodriguez, lots of boxes ticked
— Bertie Faherty (@Berto_lfc) June 24, 2018
Scrap Fekir and sign James @LFC
— oscar (@oxxscar) June 24, 2018
Sign James @LFC
— Kev Summers (@Kev_Summers) June 24, 2018
Herr Klopp .. pretty please go and sign James Rodríguez!
— Danny Stewart (@DannyboyLFC) 24 June 2018
Let the search for a No 10 cease Sign James Rodriguez please @LFC
— Alhaji Musah (@AlhajiAdama) June 24, 2018
@LFC Sign James!
— Uko (@its_uko) June 25, 2018
Sign James Rodriguez as Fekir alternative @LFC
— M (@urbanowl) 24 June 2018
As you can see, the majority of Liverpool fans are more than happy to scrap the Fekir deal and set their sights on James after his incredible performance for Colombia yesterday.
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