- Rhian Brewster scores lovely goal for Liverpool’s U19s in the UEFA Youth League
- Steven Gerrard’s men are playing Sevilla before the seniors face them this evening
- Brewster has hit the ground running since returning from victorious U17 World Cup duty
- SEE MORE: (Video) Brewster’s incredible finish in LFC U23’s 4-0 Everton thrashing
Rhian Brewster scored a delightful goal for Liverpool U19s today, who comfortably beat Sevilla 4-0 in Spain in the UEFA Youth League.
With Steven Gerrard’s side 2-0 up, the wonderkid finished expertly past the goalkeeper with a first-time volley that mirrors his effort against Everton from the weekend.
Most seniors would take a touch from that position, but Brewster is such a natural and confident finisher, that he tried to bag first time.
Rhian Brewster doing Rhian Brewster things v Sevilla in the UEFA Youth League this afternoon ❤️
Most natural finisher we've had in the Academy since Michael Owen.
— Empire of the Kop (@empireofthekop) November 21, 2017
The prodigy is very quick and has raw pace to burn, but it’s his killer instinct that maybe impresses us most. His movement is natural and his cleverness in the final third there for all to see.
Full Wales international Ben Woodburn also played today, but it’s Brewster who impressed us most.
Herbie Kane, Liam Millar and late sub Bobby Adekanye notched our other goals in what was an unbelievably impressive 90 minute performance against a top side.