Harry Wilson is making a name for himself by scoring goals from range – we’ve seen him do it at Derby, on tour in the US with us and now for his new club Bournemouth.
The Welshman marked his debut for the Cherries, against newly promoted Aston Villa, by rifling an accurate effort from range onto the inside left post.
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Textbook stuff by the on-loan Liverpool winger, but Jurgen Klopp wanted him to know that the boss is keeping an eye on his progress while on his Premier League loan – a big step up for the young attacker.
Wilson is desperate to succeed at Anfield, and will have been disappointed that he’s out on another loan this season, but the manager clearly wants the Welsh international to prosper.
As revealed by the Telegraph’s John Percy, Klopp sent Wilson a text message after the game with a selfie of himself clenching his fist with the caption ‘congratulations’.
Classy touch from Jurgen Klopp, this. After Harry Wilson scored on his Premier League debut for #afcb at Villa, Klopp sent the winger a selfie of him clenching his fist with a message of congratulations 👏🏻 #lfc
— John Percy (@JPercyTelegraph) August 18, 2019
It’s only a small gesture, and some people will say stuff like ‘wow – a manager congratulates one of his players’, but it shows that Klopp hasn’t simply drafted out Wilson to get him out the way.
The boss has sent him out to get Premier League experience – and the forward should be excited for next season as he may finally get the fair crack he deserves.