Harvey Elliott booed all game vs Fulham; what he did to home end after speaks volumes

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Harvey Elliott may have been booed throughout the 90 minutes at Craven Cottage, but his class off the pitch wasn’t dampened one bit.

The Daily Mail’s Lewis Steele popped onto X (formerly Twitter) yesterday to note the Englishman’s good deed of the day.

The former Fulham academy graduate was spotted handing his shirt over to a home fan after the Reds’ 3-1 win over Marco Silva’s men.

Ryan Gravenberch got on the scoresheet – the first time doing so in the Premier League – along with Trent Alexander-Arnold and Diogo Jota to seal the three points.

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Harvey Elliott a superb role model

At 21 years of age, it’s remarkable to think that Elliott is already a superb role model for kids coming out of the Academy.

Harvey Elliott grabbed an assist at Craven Cottage – (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Don’t let his age fool you – the midfielder has already racked up 114 games in the famous red shirt under Jurgen Klopp’s watchful eye. He’s absolutely a bona fide senior Liverpool footballer.

To think we haven’t even got close to realising his full potential at Anfield. It’s a scary thought, isn’t it?

Keep a close eye on Elliott’s development, Reds!

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  1. If Elliott wants to be a great footballer he should learn to stop cheating and diving what he did againest man utd should have got him a three match ban

    1. Rash tackle. Bissaka missed him with his left foot sliding in in the path of Elliot’s right leg making contact that legitimized the penalty. Never ever dive in with force when defending in the penalty box so wisdom goes.

    2. I admire that young man’s play. He is 100 percent committed to what he does on the field. However, he should shoot at goal whenever he in sight around the penalty box instead of passing to a colleague and pass only when there is a wall in front of him. That way I believe that his scoring rate would be up

    3. So you’ve decided to interpret a rash, ill-timed tackle by Wan-Bissaka as a “dive” by Elliot?


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