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Moura reveals he is a huge fan of the Reds who has only started nine times this season.

Tottenham star Lucas Moura has revealed he is a huge fan of a player from Premier League rivals Liverpool. He has made just nine starts this UFABET season.

In an interview on the Premier League’s YouTube channel, Lucas Moura expressed his full appreciation for Liverpool ‘s Roberto Firmino . Build an imaginary 5 player soccer team made up of Premier players. The current Brazilian league And it’s no surprise that Roberto Firmino was picked ahead of the likes of Gabriel Jesus.

          Lucas said he was a big fan of Firmino. stating that he liked the fact that the player was able to score as well as with creating opportunities for Liverpool The Tottenham Hotspur star has picked Firmino in his five-man football team: “ Firmino, I like him because he can score a lot of goals. He also often came down to stand low. and quality in ball possession and assists He has these abilities,” Lucas said.

          Judging from the aforementioned talents. Firmino is perhaps the best Brazilian player to ever play in the Premier League. Having over the years boasted greats such as Philippe Coutinho. Fernandinho and Gilberto Silva. But many see him as the best among the players. Few can compare with this Premier League and UEFA Champions League winner in terms of success. While his style of play is also a revolution in the Premier League.

          Firmino has brought the Fall Nine role back into the Premier League craze. His style has been modeled on a number of domestic players, from Phil Foden to Ivan Kavalai. Roma , he may have started just nine Premier League games this season, but Firmino is the Premier League’s greatest. real league And he might be the best Brazilian to have ever played in England.

          Firmino hasn’t scored many goals for Liverpool this season but the Samba star remains a huge player for Jürgen Klopp and was evident in last night’s game. Tuesday 17 May 2022) as the 30-year-old helped the Reds to a 2-1 victory away at Southampton. Meanwhile, Klopp’s side move one point behind leaders Manchester City .

          And although the former Hoffenheim star, who was valued at £29 million in 2015 [according to BBC Sport], will not score. But he connected the game brilliantly with his Reds teammates throughout the competition. by Firmino Demonstrates fast and fluid movement with the ball. Which impressed Lee Dixon during a briefing for NBC Sport, where Dixon said: “I think Firmino has the best first touch in the Premier League, every time the ball reaches him. He’s already thinking about where it’s going.”