The player who has significantly influenced Liverpool’s recent outcomes, according to Klopp

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has revealed that the return of his Colombian player Luis Diaz from injury gave the Reds a strong boost in the final stages of the season.

    And after making three appearances as a substitute after half a year away with a knee injury, Diaz started his last two matches for the Reds, mostly with back-to-back victories over Tottenham and Fulham, as well as being a substitute in match in which Liverpool beat Brentford 1-0 yesterday, Saturday.

    The Colombian winger scored his first goal since August in a 4-3 win over Tottenham Hotspur.

    Klopp praised the role of his Colombian player and his impact on the team, saying: “I am very pleased with the impact Luis Diaz has had since his return from injury.”

    He added: “Much of this season has been difficult for Lewis due to the challenges he has faced, but from the first second he was back on the pitch, playing with a smile on his face and looking like he had never been away. “

    And the German coach continued: “Lewis’ return to this special series of matches has been a huge help and you can see the impact he has had on his teammates and opponents.”

    And he added: “Lewis adds a different image to our attack … The march that we recently went through was positive both in terms of performance and in terms of the results achieved.”

    With the victory over Brentford, Liverpool continued their awakening in the closing meters of the season with a sixth successive win to lift their tally to 62 points and finish fifth.

    And the Reds are just one point behind rivals Manchester United in fourth place, last places to qualify for next season’s Champions League, noting that United have two rescheduled fixtures in their arsenal.


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