End of Liverpool's Defensive Problems as The New Star Wins UCL Man of The Match
By Cornelie | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 1976 views
Liverpool's new signing Ozan Kabak made his first Champions League debut for the Reds last night. The Turkish centre-back is a German Bundesliga club Shalke 04 player who is in loan at Liverpool.
Last night's Liverpool's UCL clush against RB-Leipzig was the second match for Kabak. The Turkish had an eye-watering performance during UCL the 2-0 victory last night at Budapest. His combination with Jordan Hernderson at the central defense proved to be a perfect one and solid indeed.
Kabak's mind-blowing performance impressed many. Considering that he is unexperienced defender who had previously played only the club, his game was incredible and a stunning one.
His magnificent and extravagant game saw him win the man of the match.The centre-back proved to be what was lacking in Liverpool's defense over the recent days. Here are some the Kabak's last night's statistics.
Liverpool signed the Shalke 04 loanee with an option for permanent contract if the defender would shine at Anfield.
What can you say about Kabak's last night performance? Will it go a long way to The Reds to him a Permanent contract?
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