Sergi Canos scores wonderful solo effort for Brentford vs. Reading

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Remember the name: Sergi Canos.

Alright, we’ll admit, that might be a tad hyperbolic, but we’ve got to admit the Liverpool youngster has made a very big statement with his latest strike for Brentford.

The Spaniard, fresh from extending his deal at Griffin Park until the end of the season, helped Brentford on their way to beating Championship rivals Reading 2-1 with a superb solo effort at the Madejski Stadium yesterday. (You can watch the goal a few paragraphs down)

Canos' excelling

The former Barcelona youth cadet has been a prominent fixture in Brentford’s first-team this season and, at just 18 years of age, looks to be one worth keeping an eye on.

His potential road to Anfield glory certainly won’t have been dealt any harm by the appointment of Jurgen Klopp, that’s for sure.

The German, much like Brendan Rodgers, rarely shirks from promoting youth within his squads and though Canos has a long way to go, the path is there if he can prove himself worthy.

Positivity at Liverpool

Of course, with Liverpool faring fairly well under Klopp since his arrival, there’s no need to be looking outwards just yet. It’s a stretch to label them title challengers, but the Reds have certainly appeared a force to be reckoned with at times in recent weeks.

As Klopp’s regime continues, the team’s resolve is only likely to strengthen. Liverpool fans have a reason for optimism concerning the future. It’s probably fair to say players like Canos do to.

Canos' wondergoal

Liverpool fans, were you impressed by Canos’ strike? How do you think Klopp is faring as manager? Let us know in the comments box below.

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Philippe Coutinho
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