‘Excellent’: Jamie Carragher seriously impressed by £40k-a-week Liverpool player v Wolves today

Premier League: Wolves 3-1 Liverpool

Liverpool showcased their steller comeback with a sensational second-half performance that saw them triumph over Wolves at Molineux.

Cody Gakpo leveled the score, and Andy Robertson’s clinical strike put Liverpool ahead 2-1. Liverpool’s victory was sealed with Harvey Elliott’s precise shot from the edge of the box.

Wolves 3-1 Liverpool: Jamie Carragher Approves Elliott

Former Liverpool player Jamie Carragher, who was watching the game, couldn’t contain his delight at Elliott’s exceptional performance.

Elliott, a former Fulham talent, has been consistently outstanding this season and is earning the approval of manager Jurgen Klopp.

Taking to social media after the match, Carragher heaped praise on Elliott, recognizing him as “excellent.”

Despite his modest £40,000-a-week salary at Anfield, Elliott is proving to be a valuable asset for Liverpool, especially if he continues to score crucial goals.

Elliott’s Potential

Harvey Elliott’s potential has always been evident, and this season appears to be the one where he fully shines.

While breaking into Liverpool’s starting XI is challenging, if Elliott maintains his current form, he could become a regular feature.

Elliott, still a young talent, has a promising career ahead of him, and this season holds significant potential for him to showcase why the Reds acquired him.

Liverpool comeback against Wolves

In Saturday’s early kick-off, Liverpool initially fell behind to Wolves, but they capitalized on the host’s missed opportunities to secure a 3-1 victory.

Cody Gakpo equalized for Liverpool, subsequently, followed by Andy Robertson’s crucial goal. Finally, Harvey Elliott’s deflected strike sealed the win.

Robertson Magic

Andy Robertson emerged as an unexpected hero as Liverpool rallied from behind to defeat Wolves 3-1 and claim the top spot in the Premier League.

Wolves took an early lead through Hwang Hee-Chan, but Liverpool improved in the second half.

Liverpool’s dominance came to the fore as Cody Gakpo and Andy Robertson found the back of the net.

Substitute Darwin Nunez had a close call, but Liverpool’s resilience paid off as they secured the win, with Harvey Elliott’s goal as the final flourish.

With this victory, Liverpool leads the Premier League, one point ahead of Manchester City, with other weekend fixtures yet to be played. Wolves currently sit in 15th place.

Liverpool’s next focus is on a Europa League match against LASK, followed by a Premier League clash against West Ham. Meanwhile, Wolves will face Luton on Saturday.

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