Liverpool striker Divock Origi is a “legend on and off the pitch” in response to Jurgen Klopp following his late aim in Sunday’s 2-0 win over Merseyside rivals Everton.
Liverpool supervisor Jurgen Klopp has labelled Divock Origi “a legend on and off the pitch” following his insurance coverage aim within the Merseyside derby in opposition to Everton.
The Reds struggled to interrupt down a cussed Everton backline within the first 45, however Andy Robertson headed residence to undo the Toffees’ resistance within the second half of the competition.
Origi was launched on the hour mark for Naby Keita, and the Belgian attacker added to his assortment of late objectives for Liverpool with an Eighty fifth-minute header to seal the victory.
“He is a legend on and off the pitch. He is a fantastic footballer, a world-class striker and is our best finisher, always was,” Klopp instructed reporters in his post-match press convention.
“I have to make really hard decisions as the boys all want to contribute. Everybody loves Div and rightly so. He was again very decisive.”
Origi’s third Premier League aim of the season took him as much as 41 strikes in 173 appearances for Liverpool, however he’s primed to depart upon the expiration of his contract in the summertime.
The Reds have now reduce the hole to Manchester City on the high of the Premier League desk down to 1 level forward of Wednesday’s Champions League semi-final first leg with Villarreal.