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Jurgen Klopp describes Kaide Gordon in two words following his Performance in Liverpool’s FA Cup victory over Shrewsbury Town

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Jurgen Klopp describes Kaide Gordon in two words following his Performance in Liverpool's FA Cup victory over Shrewsbury Town 1 Sportelo

Jurgen Klopp describes Kaide Gordon in two words following his Performance in Liverpool’s FA Cup victory over Shrewsbury Town

Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp has described, youngster Kaide Gordon as a “real talent” after his impressive display in his side 4-1 victory over Shrewsbury Town in the FA Cup on Sunday.

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The 17-year-old wrote his name in the history books after he became the club’s second youngster ever goalscorer.

With the visitors giving the Premier League giants an early scare, after going in front. Gordon leveled the scores just before the half-time break.

Gordon teamed up with fellow teen talent Conor Bradley to calmly slip in from inside the box.

Klopp shared his brief thoughts on the young Liverpool player and shared what he thinks is his “main strengths”

Speaking to BBC after the match Klopp said “He’s a real talent,”

“And his main strength is his finishing,”

 

Jurgen Klopp describes Kaide Gordon in two words following his Performance in Liverpool's FA Cup victory over Shrewsbury Town 2 Sportelo

Kaide Gordon in action for Liverpool against Shrewsbury Town in the FA Cup. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

What would have been most impressive about Gordon’s performance was the composure he displayed in front of goal.

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It’s a great sign for the teenager and there is no doubt that Liverpool fans will see him more.

Possibly Gordon’s next game could be against Arsenal in the League Cup semi-final first leg at Anfield.

It’s a much bigger step, but Klopp has shown before that he’s willing to give his youngsters a chance to shine against anyone.

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