Jamie Carragher Has Named His Liverpool Team Of The Decade
Jamie Carragher has named possibly the most lethal front four ever in his Liverpool team of the decade.
The Reds legend and Sky Sports pundit picked his best XI players to play for the Anfield giants since 2010 including nine of the current crop.
And Carragher's front four will arguably be better than any other side could manage over the same period.
Luis Suarez was joined up front by the Reds' current front three in Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino.
Behind the explosive strike-force in midfield, Carragher named current club captain Jordan Henderson alongside legendary skipper Steven Gerrard.
Carragher's defence was also made up of Jurgen Klopp's current back four in Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joel Matip, Virgil van Dijk and Andrew Robertson.
In goal is Liverpool's £75million Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson.
That meant that nine of the current Reds side were included in Carragher's XI.
It's hardly surprising given Liverpool's Champions League victory this year and current standing in the Premier League.
Liverpool seem a world away from where they were at the start of the decade when Roy Hodgson had just replaced Rafa Benitez as manager and years of no Champions League football followed.
Among the most notable absences in Carragher's side were goalkeeper Pepe Reina, Brazilian playmaker Philippe Coutinho and defensive duo Martin Skrtel and Daniel Agger.
But Carragher didn't even find room for himself in the side, rather unselfishly.