The Liverpool attacker had a brilliant game on international duty.
Liverpool's Harry Wilson posted a fine performance for Wales tonight.
The Reds' academy product set up Kieffer Moore for the opener away to Azerbaijan in Euro 2020 qualifying, before finding the net himself on 34 minutes.
Wilson was loaned by Liverpool to Bournemouth and he's been looking like a very capable Premier League player in recent months.
The 22-year-old winger enjoyed a fine loan spell at Derby County last season, but this time around he's proving good enough for the top flight.
So far, the Wrexham native has managed four goals in 11 Premier League starts and his latest performance has only added to the excitement for Liverpool fans.
Here's how they reacted to his performance this evening:
Can we get Wilson back in January windows please @LFC— Kaliwal ɱơɧıც (@SIX6TIMES) November 16, 2019
My guy Harry Wilson on— SM (@26Robbo) November 16, 2019
My boy Harry Wilson smashing it— ricemas (@oxology) November 16, 2019
Doubly proud wilson is welsh and an LFC red— ⚽️unbearable loulou_lfc⚽️ (@xo_booboo_xo) November 16, 2019
Harry Wilson has been quality in this game so far!!— Lee Firth (@Leetfirth) November 16, 2019
That Harry Wilson is some player man.— Lee Me Alane (@LeeMcIntyre1) November 16, 2019
Harry Wilson’s stock is climbing— Joshua (@jtok93) November 16, 2019
Good to see Harry Wilson with a goal and assist, boss delivery from the corner https://t.co/hYITp1WGZp— Liam Fitzsimmons (@fitzy_lfc) November 16, 2019
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is well aware of Wilson's form away from Merseyside.
Speaking to Sky Sports, the youngster revealed that the German manager has been texting him after certain achievements with the Cherries.
Breaking into Klopp's senior side at Anfield is difficult, especially with the attacking options that the former Dortmund boss has, but Wilson is doing his long-term chances no harm at all.
The win took Wales to third in Euro 2020 qualifying, one point behind second-placed Hungary.
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