It was another big night for a certain Liverpool youngster.

Rhian Brewster produced yet another stunning audition amid his loan spell with Swansea after the Liverpool star recorded his ninth goal under Steve Cooper during a 2-2 draw with play-off rivals Nottingham Forest.

NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND – JULY 15: Rhian Brewster of Swansea City celebrates scoring the opening goal during the Sky Bet Championship match between Nottingham Forest and Swansea City at the City Ground Stadium on July 15, 2020 in Nottingham, England. (Photo by Athena Pictures/Getty Images)

It was one of the 20-year-old’s most iconic strikes yet after he thumped home a left-footed effort on the half-volley which flew into to top corner.

The result keeps Swansea’s push for a play-off spot alive with Cooper’s side trailing sixth-placed Cardiff by three points.

Liverpool supporters will be delighted to see Brewster’s incredible progress in the Championship after he was loaned out from the club to south-Wales in January.

It was the Englishman’s third goal in four games which has created an optimism amongst Kopites that Brewster can indeed be an important addition to the Liverpool squad next season.

After the match, Brewster took to social media to showcase the belief of the Swansea squad that they can still achieve their goal and break into the top-six.

He said: “Difficult game against a tough side. We have to take any positives, keep going & keep believing.”

Current Liverpool star and teammate Harvey Elliott was impressed by the striker’s latest screamer and congratulated him on social media.

Brewster’s fellow academy graduate and teammate Liam Coyle was also amongst several to congratulate his friend following another outstanding performance.

 

 

 

 

Brewster departed Liverpool temporarily in an attempt to secure more game time with options limited in Jurgen Klopp’s Premier League squad.

He was limited to just three domestic cup appearances but there is a belief that Brewster’s fortunes in Klopp’s plans next season already look more promising.

Brewster’s teammate and attacking counter-part Divock Origi has been unconvincing of late and is without a goal since December.

If Brewster were to return to the Liverpool fold next season, there is no reason to think that the former Chelsea prospect cannot challenge to be Roberto Firmino’s understudy next season.

SWANSEA, WALES – JULY 05: Rhian Brewster of Swansea City celebrates scoring the opening goal during the Sky Bet Championship match between Swansea City and Sheffield Wednesday at the Liberty Stadium on July 05, 2020 in Swansea, Wales. (Photo by Athena Pictures/Getty Images)

 

 

 

 

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