Thiago on Porto’s feat and his first impressions of Tyler Morton – Liverpool FC

Thiago managed to knock down his incredible goal to open the scoring in Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Porto, while praising his performance. Champions League first person Tyler Morton.

It took the Reds 52 minutes to break the deadlock at Anfield, with Sadio ManeThe first-half effort ruled out the offside, but when they did, it was a magical attack.

With the ball headed from a fixed piece, Thiago was ready to make a beautiful half pass through a sea of ​​feet and into the bottom corner to make it 1-0.

A fantastic goal of the highest quality, but speaking to reporters after the game, the Spaniard insisted that the “best feeling” simply came from winning.

“It feels better to win the game, get three points, to see that the whole team is still hungry even though we qualify for the next stage,” he insisted.

“So I think that’s the best feeling, that we’re still in that mood, that we want to win every game and most of all to be here at home.”

However, with more emphasis on his awesomeness, Thiago admitted that it was special to finally find the back of the net in front of the fans at Anfield.

“I think for all footballers, it’s great to score a goal,” he said.

“For me, it was an important goal to help the team and also an unbelievable goal in front of this crowd.”

Thiago begins with 19-year-old Morton in the middle of a park, when the teenager talks about his past admiration for the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich midfielder.

It’s a big step for Morton, who last season played his first campaign with the under-23 team, but Thiago revealed that he was impressed from day one.

“First of all, I enjoy coaching and playing with young players,” he said.

“To have this hunger, the starting point of their career, and also to give some teachings to them, so that their path is a little brighter and better.

“It happened to Tyler. The first time he came, I said ‘who is this player?’, because he is training great with us.

“He deserves to be part of the team tonight. He also played a great game. I think he will have a bright and wonderful career, at Liverpool and football in general.

“We’re really happy to have him and I’m really excited to play with him tonight.” Thiago on Porto’s feat and his first impressions of Tyler Morton – Liverpool FC

Jake Nichol

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