Philippe Coutinho’s stunning goal against Argentina gets better and better every time you watch it.
The Liverpool midfielder appears in the best form of his life for his club and has carried that on into international duty.
He’s got six goals and five assists in 12 appearances and is fast becoming the star man for Jurgen Klopp’s side.
Now, at 24, Coutinho is finally getting a shot at starring for Brazil under Tite, who took over Selecao back in June this year.
And he showed he can be the playmaker to lead them to success with his performance against Argentina in a World Cup qualifier in Belo Horizonte.
Coutinho got Brazil off to the perfect start, scoring a beautiful solo goal to open the scoring after 25 minutes:
Just how long can Coutinho keep impressing like this and not attract the attention of some of Europe’s biggest clubs.
Luis Suarez is a huge fan of Coutinho from their time together at Anfield, while Neymar will know all about his international team-mate. Even Lionel Messi would have been left in no doubt about his quality after last night.
Coutinho to Barcelona in the future? Sorry, Liverpool fans.
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