Liverpool fans have been gushing on Twitter over Pedro Chirivella’s performance against Everton on Sunday.
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This post then gathered a number of replies from Liverpool fans who shared the same thoughts.
Here’s a sample of Liverpool fans praising Chirivella for his performance:
Agreed. So calm. Immense today
— Paul M (@MarshmanPaul) January 5, 2020
He was excellent. Massively impressed me.
— Mark Swain (@I_Am_A_Twit_) January 5, 2020
He was boss today. Just looked dead calm and solid.
— Clare 23911 (@clare23911) January 5, 2020
He was fantastic! Not many players like him, always wants the ball and passing range is unreal
— Kris (@_LLCoolK) January 5, 2020
The boy never lose passesion like Gini good player
— LFC (@LFC_sadio10) January 5, 2020
Watch out henderson
— abang konspirasi (@almightyfreddy) January 5, 2020
The Spaniard played 90 minutes of the match that saw Jurgen Klopp’s side knock their Merseyside rivals out of the FA Cup in a tight encounter, receiving an impressive 9/10 rating (as per Liverpool Echo).
After the match, some Liverpool fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts on how impressive Chirivella was during the win.
My man of the match. Brilliant composure and some lovely passing. All types of passes
— Dave Baker (@Bravedave2010) January 5, 2020
The only player who continuously and successfully switched play for us from right to left in the way Hendo does. Clearly understands the tactics and technically was very good today.
— John J (@JohnJ91669534) January 5, 2020
Xavi in disguise.
— Sonal Fernandes (@LaNosferns) January 5, 2020
Not gonna get a shout from the pundits but Chirivella was unbelievable today
— Jay (@JJF_91) January 5, 2020
Chirivella was unreal today
— (@itsnotmejoshi) January 6, 2020
What do we think?
It’s great to see Chirivella making full use of his opportunity to play in a top match for Liverpool. It’s also great to see so many Liverpool fans praise and recognise his actions on the pitch. Maybe this performance could persuade Klopp to include the midfielder in the first team for future matches, with James Milner now possibly out injured.