Liverpool fans have flocked to Twitter to react to Neco Williams’ latest post.
The defender called the game a “special night at Anfield” before labelling the performance from the team as “class” in the win.
This post also contained two images of Williams kissing the Liverpool badge on his shirt during the match.
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This then led to a lot of Liverpool fans replying to Williams’ post with their thoughts on the player.
Here’s a sample of Liverpool fans reacting to Williams’ message:
— Neco Williams (@necowilliams01) February 5, 2020
You were fabulous, Neco! Hope to see more of you for the first team this season! ??
— LFC 360 (@LFC_360) February 5, 2020
Kissing the badge in front of the Kop ??? class
— MOHA ABDULL (@AlpaMoha10) February 5, 2020
Top performance lad, big future if you can keep your attitude the way it is ?
— Lucas (@LFC_Lucas17) February 5, 2020
The 18-year-old played the full 90 minutes of the 1-0 victory at Anfield against Shrewsbury. After seeing off the League One side, Williams’ post after the match caught the attention of a lot of Liverpool fans who were over the moon with what they saw from the teenager.
Another great performance, come the summer we definitely don’t need to get another right back for cover, you’ve proven you can fill that role.
— Ian McKeaveney (@Ian_McKeaveney) February 5, 2020
Well done @necowilliams01
I think you’ve booked your place at the Euro’s 2020
— Craig (@Craig70614642) February 5, 2020
Absolute quality from all you young lads, yaz did the Kop proud!!!
— Clinton Smith (@clintonsmith12) February 5, 2020
Massive future ahead lad, life time Liverpool player you.
— GMK? (@GMKfootyWise) February 5, 2020
You were an absolute monster out there lad! Be proud of yourself and your teammates! YNWA
— Ryan Smith (@RyanSmi22287168) February 6, 2020
You’ve seen Trent do it, your time shall come. ??
— 8 (@SirGerrard08) February 5, 2020
What do we think?
It’s great to see so many Liverpool fans having so much belief and faith in Williams that he will have a big future at the club. After playing his part in the club’s latest FA Cup victory and showing his pride and joy for being a part of the team, it’s clear that he also wants to be a significant figure for the Merseyside club in the future.