‘Absolutely outstanding’: James Pearce can barely believe how good Liverpool player is at 20 years old

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The Liverpool machine keeps on rolling after a 2-1 win over Bournemouth in the Carabao Cup and that’s due in no small part to the efforts of Jarell Quansah.

James Pearce described the 20-year-old’s performance as ‘absolutely outstanding’ on X (formerly Twitter) as the Merseysiders secured passage through to the quarter-finals.

The Academy graduate put in a stellar display against the Cherries, registering seven clearances, two interceptions, a tackle and winning four out of six ground duels, according to stats gathered by Sofascore.

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It’s rather remarkable how suddenly our No.78 has risen through the ranks on Merseyside.

We certainly can’t fault Quansah’s consistency this term, with the player proving a more than reliable operator when called upon – no matter the conditions.

We couldn’t be more excited to witness his development over the coming months as part of this increasingly exciting Liverpool outfit.

Liverpool 2.0 indeed – and the Warrington-born defender is very much part of the future of the club.

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  1. Alongside his ability to defend, he is outstanding with the ball at his feet. He was doing stuff you’d associate with a midfielder. He even did a Cruyff turn late in the game. Fingers crossed but I believe we have a future great centre-half on our hands.

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