Rio Ferdinand likened Divock Origi to two of Manchester United ‘s heroesafter the forward helped Liverpool beat AC Milan inthe final Champions League semi-final group Last night. (Tues 7 December 2021), Liverpool’s perfect European record was almost broken. After English defender Fikayo Tomori put Milan in the lead in the 28th minute.
But the Reds were able to equalize eight minutes later with Mohamed Salah continuing his superb form in the season. And it was Origi who scored the winning goal in the second half for the team to succeed. However, the Belgian striker rarely gets a chance to start for Liverpool. But he always scores important goals. always for the team such as the triumphal arch Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-0 on Saturday December 4 and Ferdinand says his role is similar to former Manchester United star Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Javier Hernandez
Rio Ferdinand compares Origi to 2 ghost heroes after helping the Swans win over Milan.
“Divock Origi doesn’t feel discouraged when he makes one mistake. He kept going over and over again,” Ferdinand told BT Sport following Liverpool’s 2-1 victory. “I played with Chicharito (Hernandez) and Solskjaer and the players loved them. You need someone to get off the bench and make an impact. And Origi did that.” “Within the club, I know the players value Origi. He was the decisive man when he came onto the field. He could immediately feel the emotions and feelings of the game. To him, it seems like there is a tribute to his statue outside Anfield!”
Peter Crouch, former Liverpool and England striker He praised the O’s as well, after the Reds beat AC Milan and a team from the British team that won all six matches in the competition’s group stage UEFA Champions League “requires someone different. Coming on as a substitute, Origi came on again and produced a good result in San Siro,” he said. “ It was a great header as well, the neck muscles, the power and the angle the ball came in. It’s a great finish.” “It’s hard to keep yourself focused. He had almost moved on to a mid-table team. But he is playing at Liverpool on the biggest stage.”
On Origi, who won the UEFA Player of the Year award in this game. Revealing the feeling of playing for Liverpool at the San Siro Stadium This famous and help the team win. “It was a beautiful night. We enjoyed it,” Origi said. “I think as a team we played very well. We all want to play our best games. Play in San Siro – a beautiful stadium, a historic stadium – with a very strong team. That means a lot to our lives.” “We try our best and in the end Being able to win 2-1 for us is the best.”