The former Jamaican midfielder praises Alexis Mac Allister’s performance against Bournemouth

The former Jamaican midfielder praises Alexis Mac Allister's performance against Bournemouth`` Match

After a long break from the League Cup semi-finals, Liverpool took on Bournemouth with plenty of rest. After a quiet first half, Liverpool switched gears in the second half and continued to press the home team in goal.

The visitors scored two goals in the 49th minute through Darwin Nunez and Diogo Jota and Nunez added another, resulting in a four-goal thriller.

Despite the absence of Mohamed Salah, the Argentine midfielder Alexis Mac Allister, who was deployed at the bottom of the midfield, was a special presence in the match.

He was quick to press and win the ball away, and he was also careful to build up from the back to keep the ball moving. At times, she dribbled forward and was the starting point of attacks in a brilliant performance.

Former Jamaican midfielder Robbie Earle praised the player’s performance in his first Premier League game in a long time without the likes of Wataru Endo and Thiago Alcantara. Also noted his range of passing, assembly, and ball retention, and concluded that he is a clever and intelligent player.

“Behind that, I thought the midfield got control of the game, Elliott, Jones and Mac Allister,”

“And Mac Allister particularly I thought was excellent today. I thought his passing range, his ability to knit the play together to give confidence to his teammates by keeping possession.”

“He wasn’t bought as a six, he’s playing as a six while Endo’s away and whether they’re going to find one or he’s going to be the one, Thiago still hasn’t come back into the team but Mac Allister’s such a clever, intelligent footballer.”

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