The Newcastle United legend and BBC Sport pundit says Tottenham Hotspur striker Richarlison is a different player now and will play with more confidence.
The Brazil international striker played a key role in Tottenham’s victory over Sheffield United. Richarlison scored Tottenham’s first goal and assisted the second. The Brazilian striker was not included in the starting lineup. Tottenham Hotspur striker praises Richarlison during match against Sheffield United.
The former Watford and Everton star came on as a substitute in the 80th minute. Richarlison has been struggling at Spurs for some time now and hasn’t been doing particularly well in Brazil at the moment.
Former Newcastle striker Shearer was pleased with the Tottenham striker’s good performance on Saturday. The BBC Sport pundit believes the striker will now be a changed player.
“Maybe you will see a different person, a different player, playing with more confidence and belief,” Shearer told BBC One’s Match of the Day.
The critic added: “There is no doubt that different players will emerge from now on. I’m really confident about that. ”
Richarlison Will Be Good at Tottenham Hotspur
Richarlison could score many more goals for Tottenham Hotspur. We know that strikers are very good players.
And now that he has played well for a few minutes in a Spurs jersey and made a big difference in his game, his confidence will be high, which is what Richarlison needs/needs to score goals and gain a foothold in the team.
It will be interesting to see whether the Brazilian starts for Tottenham in their next match. The Brazilian has made 205 appearances in the Premier League during his career. Richarlison scored 50 goals and provided 20 assists in those games.
Away from Tottenham Hotspur, now let us have a quick look at Liverpool!
Alan Shearer has praised Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah for his assist to Andy Robertson against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Liverpool defeated Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-1 away in the Premier League on Saturday.
Mohamed Salah provided two assists. The first assist came from Kodi Gakpo’s goal in the 55th minute. The second assist came from Andy Robertson’s goal in the 85th minute.
Praise for Liverpool Striker Mohamed Salah Against Wolverhampton Wanderers
Salah played a great pass to the Scotland international, which resulted in a brilliant assist. Shearer, a former Newcastle United striker and BBC sports pundit, was impressed.
Shearer told BBC One’s Match of the Day: “Robertson made the first pass and he followed it. Great pass and great finish.”
Mohamed Salah, Liverpool’s Great Player
Mohamed Salah may not have scored a goal against Wolverhampton Wanderers, but even if he didn’t, his two assists mean he’s a hugely influential player for Liverpool. It shows.
Salah is often said to be greedy when it comes to scoring goals. However, we must not forget that he is a very good team player who always creates chances and provides assists to his teammates.
Salah has scored 141 goals in 236 appearances in his Premier League career. The Egyptian striker provided 63 assists in these matches.