Ahead of Sunday's return to the south coast, the Argentine is still trying to prove he can be as influential at Anfield as he was at the Amex
Liverpool' Europa League win over Union Saint-Gilloise on Thursday night was a largely forgettable affair, albeit not for Ryan Gravenberch and Alexis Mac Allister. The former scored his first goal for his new club and so excited was he, that he described it as the best of his career so far.
It was arguably an even more momentous evening for Mac Allister, though, who was given the opportunity to share a field with his brother Kevin for the first time in a competitive clash. The pair even partook in a rather sweet post-match interview, with Kevin putting an arm around his younger sibling as he spoke of his pride at playing at Anfield with their father Carlos watching on from the stands.
Mac Allister is now set for another reunion at Brighton on Sunday but while the World Cup winner will doubtless welcome the chance to see plenty of familiar faces at the Amex, it's unlikely to be such a cordial affair. The stakes are going to be so much higher for everyone involved, and particularly Mac Allister.Read on goal.com