Rhian Brewster is back in the picture at Liverpool.
The teenager took part in a friendly match with Northwestern University at Kirkby Academy on Friday afternoon (official website).
The striker scored two goals, one a beautiful curling strike into the top corner, during a 45-minute cameo to signal that he is back after his injury nightmare.
Brewster had been sidelined since January 2018 after landing awkwardly during an U23 match against Manchester City.
He required surgery on both his knee and ankle and has had to work hard and be patient.
As gutted as fans were when he sustained the injuries, those supporters are now elated he is back playing again, with many hopeful he can make his mark in Jurgen Klopp’s first-team next season.
Liverpool fans react
The Reds faithful have been itching for the talented striker to return to action, as big things are expected of him.
The club have very high hopes for Brewster, who has already won the World Cup with the England U17s and the golden boot.
As both the club and player took to Twitter to mention his return, many fans expressed their excitement:
Big times ahead🙌🏻❤️
— Nick🔴 (@LFCNxck) 29 March 2019
Boss that lad. Welcome Back.
— Steve Harrison (@AintreeIron) 29 March 2019
Can’t wait for you to feature for the first team, my g 💪
— Benjamin (@FriskyFirmino) 29 March 2019
Great finish for first one mate. Good to have you back.
— ETERNAL KLOPPTIMIST (@mickc1962) 29 March 2019
Just happy you’re still with us Rhian! Look forward to seeing you more next year
— Rob (@Smarty3385) 29 March 2019
This kid going to be good
— Tim (@timmounce) 29 March 2019
— Jonah (@Jonahs___) 29 March 2019
— The Anfield Talk (@TheAnfieldTalk) 29 March 2019
Please make him the striker sub over Origi
— CJ Bradley (@TheCJBradley) 29 March 2019
Get yourself ready for next season fella 💪
— Nagertomo (@nagertomo1) 29 March 2019
Normal service resumed
— Archie (@ArchiieLFC) 29 March 2019