Liverpool talent Conor Bradley made his first international start for Northern Ireland on Tuesday night, and has been earning praise for his performance.
The 18-year-old is enjoying quite the season.
Bradley made his senior Liverpool debut against Norwich City in September, and has been emerging with Northern Ireland too.
The former Dungannon Swifts talent had been used as a substitute this year, but was handed a first start for his country on Tuesday.
Bradley featured as a right sided wing back in a 5-3-2 system, and was eventually substituted for Stuart Dallas in the second half.
Northern Ireland were 1-0 up at the break, but lost 2-1 to a Todor Nedelev second-half brace.
Northern Ireland fans praise Liverpool talent Bradley
Liverpool have high hopes for Bradley, and excitement will only build now.
Fans have been taking to Twitter to joke that Bradley is the best right back in Europe and ‘like a young Dani Alves’.
Others think Bradley looks like becoming a ‘magnificent’ player, praising him for a ‘smashing’ display.
Some even believe that Bradley is now making himself undroppable for Northern Ireland, with Liverpool seemingly having a huge talent on their hands.