Portuguese Legend Deco sends heart-felt message to Fabinho
The Reds showed yet another powerful display when they fought back to down Tottenham and are now leading by six points on top of the charts.
Jordan Henderson and Mohamed Salah delivered with the crucial goals to keep the unbeatable streak intact. Also, the game revealed Liverpool's strong mental strength and character.
In this talented squad, Fabinho is receiving endless praise. The Brazilian has been a brawler in his role, taking the standard as high as possible.
His individual highlight contains the vision to pick out the right man inside the 18-yard area, added by his already known prowess in tackling and interceptions. The guy had been a revelation since joining for Monaco last year.
The star took posted on Instagram to congratulate his team-mates after their Champions League victory over Genk that also fell on his birthday.
“Great day! Amazing Performance and a win for this group. The best way to celebrate my birthday. Thanks for all the lovely messages that I received today. More than a special day in my life. We keep going”, was his message on which he got a special congratulation from Deco, the Portuguese legend.
Fabinho impressed him a lot and he gave a simple yet heart-warming praise, “Congratulations warrior”. This little appreciation on social media showed the amount of respect Fabinho is getting from the footballing world.
The midfielder looks comfortable in any system of Klopp's choice with any pairing. Against Genk, he played in a rotated midfield of Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
The plan was simple, to create pressure and attack ruthlessly throughout the match. Fabinho is the one that gives the license to his companion to romp forward without worrying about their defensive responsibilities. Truly, his worth cannot be measured.
Liverpool’s next few fixtures are crucial for their chances to get their hands on some silverware. Fabinho's role will be the huge in a blockbuster clash against rivals Manchester City and against Everton in the Merseyside derby.
If he continues in the same vein, he can be the catalyst on which Liverpool can mount their title defence and get their hands on their first Premier League trophy.