'He was superb': 19-year-old Liverpool youngster earns rave review after starting for his country
Northern Ireland picked up their first win of the Nations League campaign on Saturday after beating Kosovo 2-1.
Goals from Gavin Whyte and Josh Magennis secured an all important win for Ian Baraclough’s side.
Liverpool youngster Bradley started the game and has made an impression on former Manchester United man Jonny Evans.
Bradley earns rave review from Evans
He said: “I thought Conor Bradley was superb the other night [against Kosovo], and Shea Charles came in during the summer and that is what we want to see – young lads making an impression and hopefully bring the country forward.”
The youngster is currently on loan at Bolton Wanderers in League One and has put in some impressive displays.
Bradley has already registered two goals and three assists in nine appearances from right-back.
His international boss has also praised his display and labelled him ‘fantastic’ after the win over Kosovo.
Bradley will be hoping to rack up more first-team experience tonight as Northern Ireland take on Greece in their final Nations League match.
The 19-year-old looks to have a bright future ahead of him and is already playing at a high level for Northern Ireland.
He’s already earned three caps for his national team and will be hoping to catch Jurgen Klopp’s eye during his loan spell.
Bradley will return to Anfield next summer and will be hoping to force his way into the Liverpool set-up if he continues to impress.
You may also like…
- ‘Liverpool are in a strong position’: Journalist suggests ‘incredible’ World Cup star wants Anfield over PSG
- Report: Liverpool set sights on £69m France international
- Report: Jude Bellingham will tell Borussia Dortmund that he wants to join Liverpool
- ‘I’ve been impressed’: David Moyes blown away by 26-year-old Liverpool reportedly want at the World Cup