Liverpool defender, Andy Robertson was impressed with the performance of teenager Jarell Quansah in their win against Wolves.
The English born with Ghanaian descent started in Liverpool’s four man defence alongside Robertson, Matip and Gomez as a replacement for the injured captain, Van Dyke.
Robertson who played alongside him for 83 minutes was happy with his performance and has urged the youngster to soldier on as there are more though games to come their way.
“Excellent from the big man,” Robertson toldLiverpoolfc.com of Quansah’s display. I don’t think many of us helped him in the first half, which, when you’ve got experienced players around, you probably look for help more. We tried to protect him but I think as a collective unit we weren’t as good in the first half, but he was very assured, did his defending very well and then on the ball he was cool and calm.”
“He has got a bright future ahead of him but the here and now is pretty good as well and for him to step in at a really tough place to come, a really tough team to play against, and to put in that performance, particularly in the second half, then fair play to him for his first start.”
Quansah lasted 83 minutes on the pitch before being replaced by Ibrahim Konate.