— Dom Raynor (@dominicraynor) August 10, 2014
Liverpool demolished Borussia Dortmund in a pre-season friendly on Sunday at Anfield.
And, the architect of the win was Brazilian schemer Philippe Coutinho.
Even without Luis Suarez, Liverpool look well placed to score plenty of goals this season with Daniel Sturridge, Philippe Coutinho and Raheem Sterling all taking on more responsibility.
The star of the show was Brazilian Phil Coutinho, who set up Daniel Sturridge’s opener with a glorious assist from the halfway line.
And, then added the third following Dejan Lovren heading in Liverpool’s second.
Coutinho has been majorly impressive for Liverpool since joining from Inter Milan and he could be a major player in the Premier League this coming season.
He certainly bagged a lot of Twitter love during Liverpool’s win over Dortmund on Sunday.
Adam Lallana and Lazar Markovic have to be better than Sterling and Coutinho to play in the first team. Good luck lads.
— David Martinez (@DMARTINEZ_85) August 10, 2014
Coutinho is magic
— Stephen Mooney (@SteMoo86) August 10, 2014
Coutinho adds to his majestic performance today with a goal. I'm not one to exaggerate, but I'm quite certain he's the greatest player ever.
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) August 10, 2014
Brazil decided Philippe Coutinho wasn't good enough for the World Cup. But this man was. pic.twitter.com/Bw26MeSbqb
— NOW TV Sport (@NOWTVSport) August 10, 2014
20.5m for sturridge, coutinho & sterling? Ian arye must be all… pic.twitter.com/ILhSvjh3vx
— DcD25 (@dcd25) August 10, 2014
I know it's only pre season but going on his performances, Coutinho is going to have a cracking season! #LFC
— Mark McGorrian (@markmcgorrian) August 10, 2014
When you realise you didnt bring Coutinho to the World Cup pic.twitter.com/qlm7Nt9vvu
— x (@beingXabi) August 10, 2014
*Rethinks lack of Liverpool players in fantasy football team*
— Jack Lang (@snap_kaka_pop) August 10, 2014
I just want to watch Sterling and Coutinho play football forever
— Andrew (@triolinho) August 10, 2014
Coutinho has that rare ability of being able to constantly find space. Like he is playing wearing wing-mirrors.
— Ged Rea (@ged0407) August 10, 2014
Philippe Coutinho gets a standing ovation as he leave the pitch. Superb today. Jordon Ibe comes on. 71'
— This Is Anfield (@thisisanfield) August 10, 2014