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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Couldn't Believe Thiago's Answer When Asked If He Had Scored A 'Prettier' Goal

Nasir Jabbar

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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Couldn't Believe Thiago's Answer When Asked If He Had Scored A 'Prettier' Goal

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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain hilariously couldn't believe Thiago's response when asked if he had scored a prettier goal than his strike against Porto.

Thiago scored a stunning goal in Liverpool's 2-0 win over Porto at Anfield on Wednesday.

He incredibly pinged a low drive into the back of the net, showing off his absurd technique.

But the Spanish midfielder HAS scored 'prettier' goals than his strike last night to the surprise of Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Asked if he had scored a 'prettier' goal than his effort against Porto, he replied: "I think so, yeah."

Thiago's nonchalant response stunned the English midfielder, who gasped: "What?! It's alright for some."

The pair of midfielders starred in the engine room of the pitch as they secured their spot in the next round of the competition.

Image: PA
Image: PA

And Oxlade-Chamberlain put his good form down to regular playing time.

He said: "You want to play as much as you can.

"Games in succession is where the rhythm comes from, the fitness comes from and you grow into things.

"For me personally, it's great. Thiago coming back from injury, I'm sure he'd say the same thing.

"It's been really good having him back. I think tonight was important as well with young Tyler [Morton] having Thiago and myself with a bit of experience to help him along and I thought he did really well.

"Runs in the team is what you want."

Liverpool round off the group stage phase with a fixture at AC Milan and they resume their Premier League campaign on Saturday against Southampton.

Topics: Liverpool, Football, Thiago, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

Nasir Jabbar
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