A proud moment for me and my family

A proud moment for me and my family

One of the players they were most excited to see in a match against Karlsruher was newcomer Dominic Zuboszlai.

The Hungarian arrived at Liverpool earlier this summer, and the club’s new No. 8 finally got the chance to show off to the fans.

After the match, the 22-year-old was met on the lawn.

– It feels good, a proud moment for me and my family. It’s moments like these that make me wake up and work hard every day. Szoboszlay told Liverpoolfc.com.

On the field, the fans watched the Hungarian with a great determination and eyes. A number of kilometers have also been covered.

According to the Hungarian journalist Bence Buczak hit Szoboszlai on 44 of 46 passes in 45 minutes. Four out of four long passes also hit a teammate.

– The manager is German, so I get to know football and the style of play. Nothing new to me there. I still have to do my best every day, and I will.

The 22-year-old is praising his team-mates for the welcome he has received.

– It felt so good. They are nice guys. I felt part of the group from the start. Szoboszlai continued: I thank them all.

Now there is a rest day for Szoboszlai and the rest of the team, before Greuther Fürth waits for Monday.

Of course it’s good that we won this match and I think we did our best. He concludes that the focus now begins on the next stage.

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