Forget Salah: One Liverpool player dominated Brentford despite only playing 33 minutes

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Mo Salah really is the gift that keeps on giving at Liverpool after his latest performance against Brentford.

That said, Ryan Gravenberch’s contributions in only 33 minutes shouldn’t escape notice.

In stats shared online by Bence Bocsak, it was noted that the Dutchman managed to win the most duels whilst also not being wasteful in possession.

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Don’t sleep on Gravenberch’s potential

It was only the other day that we at Empire of the Kop spied links online between the former Bayern Munich star and “other Premier League clubs.”

Come again? After no pre-season and irregular game time? Come off it.

Don’t get us wrong, we’ve spotted many a moment where it was apparent Gravenberch could have done better when it comes to meeting Jurgen Klopp’s demands.

That said, we’d be foolish not to consider the fact we’re talking about a raw player with plenty of potential.

Let’s not make the same mistake Bayern did this summer!

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