Marko Grujic scores sweet half-volley strike for Liverpool

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Marko Grujic is quickly making quite a name for himself amongst Liverpool supporters.

Having signed from Red Star Belgrade in January, Liverpool fans have had to be patient before they could finally get a glimpse of the £5.1 million signing in a Liverpool shirt.

The Serbian spent the second half of last season on loan at his previous club but has rewarded his new set of supporters with a chain of stunning performances during Liverpool's pre-season.

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Grujic had already scored his first goal for the Reds last week against Fleetwood but has continued his rich vein of form in Liverpool's most recent encounter at Huddersfield.

With the two teams evenly matched as the game approached half-time, Grujic stepped up to make the difference with a finely executed half-volley.

After some neat interplay between Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino, the ball fell to the 20-year-old, who demonstrated a perfect technique to calmly dispatch the strike past the Terriers keeper.

Grujic's fine finish was the only goal in a first half which also saw Philippe Coutinho have a penalty saved and a Mane attempt disallowed.

If the ex-Red Star midfielder can keep up his magnificent performances, he may well earn himself a surprise starting spot in Liverpool's Premier League opener against Arsenal next month.

Their fans are also delighted with how their new man has fitted in, here's how they have reacted on Twitter:

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