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Liverpool Fans Want Jurgen Klopp to Pounce For Mexico’s Impressive Hirving Lozano

Liverpool Fans Want Jurgen Klopp to Pounce For Mexico’s Impressive Hirving Lozano

Mexico opened their World Cup campaign against Germany this afternoon and one of their pacey attackers has definitely caught the eye of Liverpool supporters in the UK.

The Mexicans came up against the defending World Champions in the opening fixture in Group F inside a packed Luzhniki Stadium and were understandably forced to play most of the first-half on the counter-attack, with the Germans dominating possession.

But one man dressed in the iconic green Mexican jersey seemed to stand out more than most, with the jet-heeled Hirving Lozano grabbing the attention of Premier League followers on social media – particularly when he opened the scoring in the 36th minute.

The 22-year-old currently plays in Dutch football for PSV Eindhoven, but has been linked with a big-money move to English football during the close season, but it seems there’s quite a few Reds supporters who’d love to see him rock-up at Anfield:

Do you think Lozano is exactly the type of player who’d fit into Jurgen Klopp’s style of play?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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