Hungarian midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai has been a regular on the pitch since the start of the Premier League season with Chelsea, Bournemouth, and Newcastle, and has maintained good performances. He was acquired from RB Leipzig in the summer transfer window for a fee of £60 million.
In the fourth match against Aston Villa, he continued to lead the team. He was a strong pressing player in the midfield, but also skillful on the ball, and even when he was surrounded, he was able to break the deadlock with the right pass.
His crossing accuracy is high, and his dribbling is also attractive. The game opened with a strong goal by the all-rounder.
Result of an own goal by the opponent and a goal by Mohamed Salah, and as a result, Liverpool won the game by three goals.
Jurgen Klopp praised the Hungarian captain’s “work rate,” as he has become an indispensable player in the midfield, winning the ball and setting up attacks.
“A machine, huh? That’s now all four games. Pretty impressive, absolutely impressive.”
“Tactically smart, absolutely ready for the dirty part of the game – meaning hard work where it’s not the fancy stuff where they are shooting, crossing, running forward, stuff like this.”
“No, he is really closing down opponents. So important how Curt and Dom defended the half-spaces next to Darwin, super-important. And what a goal! I saw it directly from behind.”
“That was the cleanest strike I saw for a long time. And that was his slightly lesser-good foot. That was, again, a top performance.”Liverpoolfc.com