Firmino is world-class.”Just a sensationally good guy.”Firmino took in 235 appearances for Liverpool in total, with a goal found in 77 cases – Jurgen Klopp

Firmino – world-class frontman

Liverpool star Roberto Firmino is a world-class frontman, says Jürgen Klopp, and statistics are of little importance when it comes to the disinterested “connector” in Liverpool’s plans. The Brazilian international forward at Anfield has rarely been prolific throughout his career. With just two 20-plus goals of the season taken in. He is, however, about much more than the final product in the last third of the field, and Liverpool accepted these qualities throughout the 28-year-old at Merseyside, with his working speed ideal for Klopp’s football philosophy. Liverpool manager admits the same way, about the vital component in his well-oiled machine: “He’s a connector.”

The Reds lost control

“Quite rarely do you meet a person like Bobby, who is so selfless and unselfish.”He looks like a ball is there, a ball is there, pass the ball, and he is delighted with it. Then he understands, “I haven’t scored well for four to five weeks.”Roberto registered 11 goals in the 2019-20 campaign, with all but one taking to the road. He finally broke his Anfield duck in Liverpool’s last outing before closing competitive football amid an outbreak of coronavirus South American finds goal in Champion League clash in with Atletico de Madrid, which ended with the Reds losing control of the continental crown. Much has been done from Firmino’s barren run on the homeland, but Klopp says he never had any fears.

Sensationally good guy

The German coach added: “But it is incredible his steadfastness, it does not matter.” No, he is world-class. “Just a sensationally good guy.” Firmino took in 235 appearances for Liverpool in total, with a goal found in 77 cases. In the summer of 2015, he was snapped up from Bundesliga side Hoffenheim, while Brendan Rodgers initially bought his potential. Liverpool decided to part with the Northern Irishman a few months after the arrival of Firmino. At the same time, his qualities were entirely accepted as soon as the reins were handed over to Jurgen. The UEFA Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, and Club World Cup have since enjoyed the success of Liverpool, while they are now waiting to find out if the 30-year-old expectation of a national title will be brought to an end in the Premier League campaign 2019-20.