It was the type of performance from Ryan Gravenberch that had Jurgen Klopp at his most descriptive, post-match.
The Liverpool midfielder had capped a fine all-round performance with his first goal as a Reds player in the 2-0 win over Union Saint-Gilloise in the Europa League and Klopp was in an effusive mood about his new £40m midfielder.
"He is technically incredibly good," Klopp said before claiming the former Bayern Munich had an "insane first touch". A "smart boy" whose "speed is top class", while his shooting power is akin to "a fireball".
While some managers refuse to talk up individual qualities and specific performances in too rich a detail, Klopp has never had any problem choosing to praise one of his players when he feels it is warranted.
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And after the Netherlands international shone against the Belgian side in an ultimately routine victory at Anfield, Klopp felt compelled to exalt the virtues of his latest addition.
Gravenberch was the deadline day arrival who helped tip a good transfer window into an excellent one on September 1 when his protracted move from Bayern Munich was finally rubber stamped.
He initially attracted criticism from his homeland for shunning the opportunity to represent the Netherlands at Under-21 level in favour of staying on Merseyside and arranging a number of off-the-field issues and getting adjusted to his new surroundings at the AXA Centre in Kirkby.
At the time, the criticism was short-sighted given the games for Michael Reiziger's Oranje Jong, against Moldova and NorthRead on liverpoolecho.co.uk