Dominik Szoboszlai’s latest goal for Liverpool was so good the thump of it hitting the back of the net was heard over the Anfield crowd.
But for fans in attendance of the scorching long-range effort, they’ll be delighted to know there’s plenty more on the way.
The goal in a 3-1 League Cup win over Leicester was Szoboszlai’s second since joining from Leipzig for £60million in the summer, and unsurprisingly, the other was also from outside of the area.
The Hungarian is a specialist from distance for both club and country, and despite his latest being a thing of pure beauty, he’s not even sure if it’s his best.
Speaking post match, Szoboszlai said: “It was very special. I don’t know if it was the best goal…
“I scored one of my best in the national team and also in Salzburg. But one of the best for sure.”
Adding on his fast start, he said: “I’m just doing my things, working hard and always ready to fight for the team, for the fans, for myself. And as I get many chances, I want to give back.”
His manager Jurgen Klopp was just as impressed, hinting that there may be more on the way once Szoboszlai can find a shooting lane on a regular basis.
“I don't have to tell him to shoot, he knows that, he knows better than I that he has a pretty good skill,” Klopp said.
“The next one, which goes slightly over, is another grenade. You can see that in Premier League games, everyone tries to block him, that's why he didn't come through yet – but if he comes through there's a good chance the ball could be in. A super goal.”
Thankfully for Klopp, Szoboszlai isn’t his only midfielder showing up on the statsheet.
The win over Leicester also saw Wataru Endo get his first assist, while Ryan Gravenberch added his second.
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