The 2019/20 season is setup perfectly for Rhian Brewster to make his mark in the Liverpool first-team.
With the Reds not splashing out in the transfer market to bring in reinforcements up front, the 19-year-old starlet will likely be handed numerous opportunities throughout the campaign.
The teenager is one of the most exciting talents to emerge from Liverpool's academy in many years.
He is still recovering from a serious injury picked up last season, but he was on the bench last night as Liverpool beat Chelsea on penalties to win the UEFA Super Cup.
Brewster didn't get any minutes on the pitch, but it's still another winners medal on his CV.
- Liverpool are most successful club in England
- N'Golo Kante tried to mark Virgil van Dijk
- Adrian's feet were off the line for Abraham's penalty
He now has two European trophies to his name, despite the fact he actually hasn't played a minute of continental football for Liverpool.
While Manchester City have been desperately trying to win the Champions League, Brewster is sitting their with two medals around his neck without even breaking sweat.
The beauty of football, eh?
Brewster appears to be Liverpool's lucky charm in European competition in the last 12 months.
The English forward has been on the bench to watch Liverpool's miraculous 4-0 comeback victory over Barcelona and the Reds' 2-0 win in the final over Tottenham back in June.
If only Jurgen Klopp had included the youngster in his squad for the 2018 Champions League final...
Brewster's reputation as one of football's most exciting youngsters stemmed from his outrageous performances at the 2017 FIFA U17 World Cup.
In the quarter-final and semi-finals of the tournament, Brewster notched successive hat-tricks against the USA and Brazil.
England went on to win the tournament out in India, with the Liverpool starlet finishing as the top goal scorer with eight goals.
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