Aside from Harvey Elliott and Fabio Carvalho, Liverpool have another exceptional talent in their ranks – Ben Doak.

The 16-year-old was signed from Celtic for a compensation fee of £600,000 back in March, and he is already making a strong impression on those at Anfield.

Doak has registered five goal involvements in five appearances for the Liverpool Under-18 side since his move from Glasgow, which is very impressive considering he is playing above his age group.

Now, the teenager – who Kenny Dalglish is a big fan of – has burst onto the international scene.

What’s the story?

Well, Doak remarkably earned a call-up to the Scotland Under-21 side ahead of the current international break, and he only needed 37 minutes to put his name up in lights.

The Dalry-born sensation raced onto a delightful pass sent down the right flank, before slotting into the back of the Northern Ireland Under-21 side’s net.

It was an emphatic moment from Doak, who deserves credit for just making the Under-21 squad, let alone scoring on his debut.

You can see footage of the teenager’s calm finish below.

In our view, it is a very Mohamed Salah like finish.

Interestingly, Scottish football expert Owen Brown actually compared Doak to the Egypt international, which speaks volumes about his ability.

Liverpool surely encouraged by Ben Doak goal

Of course, it goes without saying that Liverpool will be pleased to see Doak score.

However, we believe the fashion of his finish will be of interest to Jürgen Klopp.

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As Sadio Mane and Salah know all too well, the German’s system thrives when pacey wide men make darting runs in behind the opposition full-back, which is exactly what Doak did when scoring his goal.

Therefore, Klopp may take a liking to Doak and fast track him into the first-team, as he appears to have the main quality required for a winger in Liverpool’s system.

Whatever happens, there is no denying that the Reds have a special talent on their hands.

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