Two years later and Andy Robertson is one of the best left-backs in world football.
It took months for the Scot to even force his way into the starting XI but, since he has, he hasn’t looked back.
Bombing forward at every opportunity yet defensively sound, it’s tough to find a weakness in Robertson’s game.
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Just a few years previously, he was playing in the Scottish Third Division for Queen’s Park.
Now, he’s a European champion and boasts a rather remarkable record.
That’s because he’s lost just once at Anfield - and that was back when he played for Hull.
Back in September 2016, Robertson’s Hull lost 5-1 to Liverpool with the full-back given away a penalty for a foul on Daniel Sturridge.
But that’s the only loss he’s experienced at Anfield during his career.
Since moving to Liverpool, he’s played 41 home games - reaching the final of the Champions League on two occasions - without suffering a defeat.
A pretty crazy stat.
It seems if Jurgen Klopp wants his side to win the Premier League, he needs to carry on playing Robertson - especially at home!
Robertson himself probably doesn't care too much about his own incredible record. Instead, he just wants to continue winning trophies with this group of players.
"We want to win more trophies now, we don’t want to just stop at the Champions League, that’s all we’ve won as a group of players," Robertson said last month.News Now - Sport News