Curtis Jones Has The Most Bizarre Accent Ever And Nobody Expected It
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Curtis Jones' bizarre accent threw many people off as he spoke after scoring Liverpool's match winner against Everton in the FA Cup.
Jones scored the only as he curled a stunning strike in off the cross bar to settle Sunday's third round clash with Merseyside rivals Everton.
The 18-year-old spoke to BT Sports following the 1-0 victory at Anfield, and he baffled football fans with his strong Scouse accent.
"I can't describe it in words, it was massive."
"I never thought it would go in the way it did."
Liverpool's match-winner Curtis Jones has his feet firmly on the ground despite a dream first senior goal vs Everton :red_circle:#EmiratesFACup pic.twitter.com/aL19XouU92
- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) January 5, 2020
"What tf is that accent, sounds Scouse, Irish and German at the same time," one social media user wrote.
A second tweeted: "Why does he sound like @Joey7Barton with the French accent."
A third added: "Serious question. Where is he from. That's the weirdest accent I've ever heard since Barton tried speaking in a French accent."
How does Curtis Jones have a broad scouse accent but sound foreign?
- :flag_ye: (@mufclucas) January 5, 2020
Is Curtis Jones scouce or is he putting the accent on
- Sean Michael Cartwright (@shozzer1878) January 5, 2020
Curtis Jones is more Scouse than Gerrard. That accent :flushed:
- Dhan Yanda (@McRib_fan) January 5, 2020
Fucking accent does that Curtis Jones have :joy:
- Robbie Mckenzie (@Robbiemck1997) January 5, 2020
Curtis Jones has the strangest accent
- Lukas (@lkanov1) January 5, 2020
Curtis Jones' accent sounds more Welsh than Scouse
- Michael Adams (@Michael_J_Adams) January 5, 2020
Jones also conducted a post-match interview with the club's official website.
Speaking to Liverpoolfc.com, the teenage starlet said: "The gaffer's strong on not showing when you're hurt and showing when things are tough so I think it was only right that I didn't show that I was ill.
"I'm glad I didn't because I went out there and I put in a shift for the team. I'm just happy that we came away with the win and I'm looking forward to the next round.
"I think for me, being a young lad, a local lad and playing for the team that I love and the fans that I love, it's massive.
"I go out there and try to take every opportunity that I get, and every game that I play I will always try to give my best. That's what I tried to do today and I was fortunate enough to top it off with a great goal as people would say."
What a crazy day, WOW:fire:! Unbelievable feeling scoring my first goal for @LFC but most importantly a great team performance. On to the next....:red_circle: pic.twitter.com/kUQAaoxsqq
- Curtis Jones (@curtisjr_10) January 5, 2020
Jurgen Klopp praised Jones' showing and said he's not surprised by his superb goal.
"Unbelievable player. Scouser, Very confident. He can't wait to play in the first team, and he will be a Liverpool player if nothing strange happens, 100 per cent.
"I'm not surprised that he scores this type of goal. Sometimes we forget as well in training he is only 18."
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