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Ally McCoist has heaped praise on young starlet Conor Bradley after watching him excel in Liverpool's clash with Chelsea on Wednesday evening.
Bradley started the fixture against Mauricio Pochettino's side and found the back of the net in the 39th minute of the game and registered two assists.
Bradley, who secured his first senior goal for Liverpool through the 39th minute strike, received a standing ovation from the fans after being subbed off for Trent Alexander-Arnold.
McCoist went on to add: 'He will be bursting inside, and so he should be. What an unbelievable 65 minutes from the young man.
Ally McCoist has heaped praise on young starlet Conor Bradley after watching him excel in Liverpool's clash with Chelsea on Wednesday evening
Bradley started the fixture against Mauricio Pochettino 's side and found the back of the net in the 39th minute of the game before registering an assist and being subbed off
'He has been wonderful since he came into this Liverpool side. His phenomenal strike in the 39th minute has capped off a wonderful night for him.'
Rio Ferdinand was equally as impressed with Bradley - praising the youngster for finding the back of the net and providing two assists.
He said: 'Conor Bradley has been phenomenal. Off the ball defensively nothing has gotten by him. He’s been calm on the ball. And it was an absolutely fabulous finish for his goal.'
Bradley has not looked out of place in a team full of heavyweights - stepping in for the likes of injured Trent Alexander-Arnold at right-back.
If it were not for Alexander-Arnold playing in the same position, there would be no doubt about the Northern Irishman starting more games this season.
Bradley earned rave reviews in Liverpool's pre-season friendlies, starting at right-back out in Germany with Alexander-Arnold stepping into midfield.
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