Jordan Henderson was very happy with how Andy Robertson did as the leader of Liverpool’s team in their 3-1 win against Wolves on Saturday.
In the first half, Liverpool did not play very well and were losing 0-1 at halftime. But they made a comeback to win in the end.
And although Liverpool collapsed last season, they are now looking like their old self again, with Andy Robertson, who stood in for the suspended Virgil van Dijk, leading the attack.
Kodi Gakpo equalized just after half-time, and with five minutes remaining, Robertson launched a quick attack on the Wolves’ defense, and the left-back scored the winning goal.
Robertson’s goal may have been scored by Mohamed Salah, but in the end, it was scored with his left foot as if it were Salah himself. Jordan Henderson, who moved to Saudi Arabia this summer, expressed his joy on his Instagram Story as he watched from afar.
After 97 minutes, the points went to Yorkshire, but once they reached 100 points, the home side celebrated victory.
The two-minute frenzy began with Richarlison’s header from a corner kick, but his pass found Dejan Kulusevski on the edge of the box, and he, in a very cool way, slotted the ball into the net.
The win confirmed Spurs’ unbeaten start to the new Premier League season and gave Richarlison and co a much-needed boost, with Lucas Moura sending a message to his former team-mate via his Instagram Stories.
Moura Sends Praises to Richarlison
“Well done, Pigeon, brother,” Maura said. “You’re a beast.”
Can Liverpool Try to Win?
Some would argue that Liverpool is still far from their best, with key players suspended or injured and new players still being brought in.
So, if you are making this shape now, what will you do when the engine really starts running?
Given that, at the time of writing, they are the last team to stop Manchester City from winning the title, you can’t bet against them at least trying again.
Message from Henderson to Robertson
The former Liverpool captain posted on his own IG Stories: “Good to see that,” alongside a photo of Robertson rolling away in his celebration.
In another news earlier, Lucas Moura reportedly called Richarlison a “beast” on his Instagram Story after helping Ange Postecoglou’s Tottenham Hotspur to a dramatic 2-1 win over Sheffield United on Saturday.
It was the 26-year-old’s second goal in the Premier League for Spurs, and perhaps this could be the start of a recovery for the hard-hitting striker.
No one questioned the players’ work ethic or the passion they displayed on the field. But this lack of bite, ruthlessness, and finishing touches meant that his criticism was justified.
But maybe, just maybe, it’s not just that goal, but the way Spurs won that will propel Richarlison to bigger and better things. Always stick around for more updates!