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Liverpool’s 3-0 win over Ajax has fans saying the same thing, Twitter has erupted

Josh Lawless

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Liverpool’s 3-0 win over Ajax has fans saying the same thing, Twitter has erupted

Liverpool fans were all raving about Harvey Elliott after his performance in the Reds' 3-0 win over Ajax in the Champions League.

Jurgen Klopp's side started sloppy at the Johan Cruyff Arena and should have been 1-0 down early on when Steven Berghuis smacked the post when the ball dropped to him inside the area.

But Mo Salah put the visitors 1-0 up with a delicious finish before Darwin Nunez made amends for a horrendous miss with a header after half-time.

Elliott bagged the pick of the goals though, rifling in an emphatic strike at the near post after being played in by Salah.


It was a second Champions League goal in a second Champions League start for Elliott, who, at 19, has become one of the team's most important players.

And Liverpool fans could not got enough of another stellar display from their No.19:

After that horrid injury against Leeds last season, the Fulham academy graduate has recovered superbly and might just be making a late run for England's World Cup squad with his form at present.

The Three Lions are stocked with players in his position but don't be surprised if he gets a look-in under Gareth Southgate very soon.

Liverpool's big win secured their qualification to the Champions League knockout stages alongside Napoli, who they play in their final group game at Anfield on Tuesday 1 November.

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: Liverpool, Harvey Elliott, Champions League, Ajax

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