Following the Netherlands’ 4-2 defeat of Denmark in Amsterdam yesterday, Virgil van Dijk showed his true class by signing a match ball, a Liverpool shirt with his name on it and then posed for a picture with a young supporter.
The captain is adored by Liverpool and Holland fans and most football supporters in general due to his impressive ability.
The No. 4 played the full 90 minutes for Louis van Gaal’s side whilst former Liverpool man Gini Wijnaldum was an unused substitute at the Johan Cruyff Arena.
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The former Southampton man has returned to his best form in recent weeks following the nasty knee injury he suffered back in 2020 – let’s hope he can return from the international break fully fit as we continue our hunt for another three trophies this term.
He’s a role model both on and off the pitch and moments like this just make the big man even better – well in Virg!
You can catch the clip of VVD below via @TheAnfieldTalk on Twitter.
Class act ❤️ @VirgilvDijk pic.twitter.com/X3TmuZmhUA
— The Anfield Talk (@TheAnfieldTalk) March 26, 2022
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