Liverpool fans react to Hertha Berlin’s stunning team goal orchestrated by Marko Grujic

Marko Grujic

All signs are pointing to a season of great success for Liverpool this year.

The side currently sit four points clear at the top of the Premier League table, losing only one game in the process.

Jurgen Klopp clearly has a vast pool of top talent at his disposal. The front three of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino, and Sadio Mane are widely considered one of the best in Europe.

Meanwhile, the dominant displays of Virgil van Dijk at the other end of the pitch have offered Liverpool the defensive balance they've so sorely missed in recent years.

Even outside of the starting XI there's a wealth of talent waiting. Naby Keita is yet to cement his place in Klopp's best side, along with Xherdan Shaqiri and Daniel Sturridge who've proven to be valuable plan B's.

One Liverpool player who is currently out on loan is Serbian midfielder, Marko Grujic. Despite Klopp often declaring his desire for Grujic to one day infiltrate the Liverpool senior team, he's failed to do so thus far.

During his most recent loan spell at Hertha Berlin, however, the 22-year-old has shown fans what he's capable of. 

In the Bundesliga, Berlin are still unbeaten when Grujic has played, tallying 20 points out of a possible 24 in that time.

Hertha Berlin v FC Schalke Bundesliga 2018/19

However, it's the Serbian's most recent contribution that has left fans drooling.

During Friday night's clash with FC Schalke, Berlin equalised in the 39th minute with a stunning team goal that was started and finished by Grujic himself.

Check it out here:

How's that for teamwork?

Naturally, the goal has drawn the attention of Liverpool fans, many suggesting Klopp should consider him as a focal point of the side's plans next season.

You can check out how some Reds fans reacted to the goal here:

What do you think of Marko Grujic's chances at Liverpool? Should he be given the chance to shine, or would he be too far down the pecking order? Let us know in the comments.

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