SHOCKING: Liverpool’s star slumped on the practice field.

Micah Richards looks dumb following Dominik Szoboszlai’s prediction at Liverpool, thanks to Graeme Souness.
Dominik Szoboszlai was once again the standout of Liverpool’s triumph over Leicester City on Wednesday.
Dominik Szoboszlai’s spectacular shot lit up Anfield during Liverpool’s 3-1 Carabao Cup triumph over Leicester City on Wednesday evening.

Liverpool: Dominik Szoboszlai enjoying start to life on Merseyside - BBC  Sport

The Hungarian has made an immediate impact at Anfield since signing from RB Leipzig this summer, and he shows no signs of slowing down after his most spectacular effort in a Reds shirt.
Few could have predicted the 22-year-old’s brilliant start to life at Liverpool, but Jurgen Klopp will not be grumbling after reaping the benefits of his midfield signing.

It hasn’t taken long for Szoboszlai to create a mark on those who see him on a weekly basis, with the Reds’ No.8 leaving them speechless.
Garth Crooks was impressed after witnessing Szoboszlai come close to scoring in the 3-1 win over Bournemouth in August, after seeing an audacious effort parried which Diogo Jota converted. Crooks wrote in his BBC Sport column, “He can certainly play.” Szoboszlai, Liverpool’s latest addition, displayed all the touches of a good player against Bournemouth and appears to want to be involved in the play all the time. If he’s going to wear Liverpool’s number eight jersey, someone at Anfield better explain what it means and who has worn that shirt before him.

Liverpool: Dominik Szoboszlai enjoying start to life on Merseyside - BBC  Sport

After watching the Hungary captain arrive on Merseyside, Graeme Souness predicted that he, along with Alexis Mac Allister, will excel at his new club. “I like Szoboszlai and I am a big fan of Mac Allister,” Souness added. We’ll have to wait and see with (Wataru) Endo. Getting positive feedback in the Bundesliga does not guarantee success in the Premier League, which is more demanding and intense than anywhere else. Let’s see how he handles it.

Taking praise for the £60m signing to the next level, one-time Arsenal midfielder Paul Merson believes no other new Premier League player has come close to matching his impact. Speaking ahead of Liverpool’s trip to Wolves after the international break in his Sportskeeda column, Merson said: “The Premier League is back after what felt like one of the longest international breaks in history! The 2023-24 campaign may just be four game weeks old, but we’ve already seen a fair share of action and unexpected results, while a handful of new signings have laid down the marker for what’s to come.

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