Jurgen Klopp has heaped reward on 20-year-old Jarell Quansah after a Man of the Match show in “outrageous” circumstances at Bournemouth.
The younger centre-back made his seventh look of the season within the League Cup conflict on the south coast, and regardless of sideways rain in brutal circumstances, he shone the brightest.
The climate was not conducive to excellent soccer, however Quansah ended the match with an 89 p.c passing accuracy and 114 touches – the best of any participant on the pitch.
And his efficiency was not misplaced on his supervisor, who was left saying “wow” after what he deemed to be a Man of the Match efficiency – and few would disagree!
“Was he the person of the match? [He was] mine,” Klopp stated post-match. “A very good sport, wow. He beloved it.
“I advised him now, he was actually over the moon concerning the sport. He was concentrated, robust within the tackles, studying the sport tremendous properly.
“We gave him the ball rather a lot, he needed to do rather a lot with the ball.
He added, laughing: “Caoimh was like, ‘give it to him, let’s take a look at what he can do!’. One or two troublesome conditions however that’s regular, a extremely, actually good sport.”
The efficiency was made all of the extra spectacular as a result of “outrageous” circumstances, which noticed the ball transfer backwards with any lengthy ball from Caoimhin Kelleher within the second half.
“Two totally different halves, clearly we must always have rating extra within the first half when the wind was with us,” Klopp stated. “When it was towards us you might see that instantly, it made a large distinction.
“The boys fought actually arduous however it was brutal. On the bench it was dangerous, two yards in entrance of the bench it was actually dangerous, one-yard on the pitch it was outrageous.
“We beloved the sport, it’s the cup and it’s nearly getting by means of. The boys are actually glad.”