By Mike Parrott
Liverpool's Andy Robertson reacted on Twitter to Alphonso Davies' unreal performance against Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League. Davies had a moment to remember after creating one of the best assists of the season.
Bayern Munich's incredible wonderkid, Alphonso Davies, had another game to remember.
The 'Maple Marcelo' completely dominated his flank against Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League quarter-final, in turn creating chance after chance as well as pocketing Lionel Messi.
The 19-year-old also created arguably the assist of the tournament after skinning three Barcelona players to set up an easy finish for Joshua Kimmich.
"He's just turned Nelson Semedo inside out! An experienced right-back... Whoops!"
Wow, Alphonso Davies is just so difficult to stop :fire:
A magnificent assist from Bayern's rising star at left-back :raised_hands:#Club2020 pic.twitter.com/NCbOrOyaJS
- Football on BT Sport #Club2020 (@btsportfootball) August 14, 2020
Another great left-back also heaped praise onto Davies, in the form of Liverpool's Andy Robertson.
Robertson reacted on Twitter to Davies' assist to Kimmich, rendering the Scot speechless and only able to react through emojis.
Bayern ended up winning 8-2 (as the whole world knows) with goals from Thomas Muller, Ivan Perisic, Kimmich, Serge Gnabry, Robert Lewandowski, and Philippe Coutinho to completely humiliate and dismantle the Catalan side. An own-goal from David Alaba and a swift finish from Luis Suarez were the only consolation goals for Barcelona.
Fans on Twitter weren't too happy with Robertson's reaction though with rival fans mocking the Scot, with them saying Davies is already the better player.
Andy Robertson can only dream of Davies and Tierney levels
- RedWhite_Gooner (@RedWhite_Gooner) August 14, 2020
quoting like van persie giving credits to greenwood. don't act like a legend mate davies is clearrrrrrrrrrrrr
- newguy:mahjong: (@nyarkoeben_) August 14, 2020
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