Liverpool boss says there's more to come from Coutinho
Brendan Rodgers labelled match-winner Philippe Coutinho 'sensational' and warned that there is more to come from the Brazilian.
Jinking into a yard of space on the left edge of City territory with 75 minutes on the clock, the Brazilian whipped an unstoppable, curling winner beyond Joe Hart at the Kop end. Rodgers said: "To beat Joe Hart, who I rate extremely highly, at 6ft 5 and a top-class goalkeeper, to beat him from that angle with that power was a phenomenal strike. In particular since he signed his contract, he has started to score goals. He's a joy to watch. He's a kid that has got so much ahead of him in the game at 22 years of age. People forget he came to us at 20, still developing and adapting to a new country. He's a sensational footballer and now he's starting to add the goals to mirror that quality."