The 49 year old German Football manager accolade the 25 year old Brazilian international and Liverpool striker Firminho’s performance in their win over Stock City last night.
According to the German coach the Young Brazilian deserve the goal against Stock City where they (Liverpool) won the match by 4-1 against their counterpart.
Few nights ago the striker was charged for drink and drive and he but despite of that he was still available for selection for last night’s match.
He was arrested by the Merseyside Police that is confirmed, and on 31 st January he has to appear before to the magistrates, on that same day the Reds will play a crucial match against their Rivals Chelsea at the Anfield.
Last night the striker has displayed some amazing skills and scored a crucial second for his side before the half hour mark.
The German manager said that: "He played really well,"
"I can't speak about the other issues. He deserved his goal as it's not an easy time for him on the pitch at the moment. He's always important for us.
He's always hardworking and always has his moments today. It was a fantastic goal. It was a surprise for everybody that he decided to shoot at that moment."
In that match Stock City had a wonderful chance to go 2-0 up but the Red goalkeeper Simon Mignolet thwarted Joe Allen.
In that match the Stock City manager Introduced Peter Crouch in place of Bojan and the Reds manager admitted that they struggled a bit to deal with their counterpart’s tactics.
He voiced: "It was a very difficult game - the result doesn't show it but it was difficult match,"
“Crouchie was the on the pitch, which was a sign of the way they wanted to play. It was difficult to defend against and we could've done better when we had the ball. We didn't have enough patience in the beginning and then when they played long balls it was really difficult to defend against. Even when he gets to 45 he'll still be able to play in a game like this!
"As the same with the Everton game, Stoke showed they couldn't sustain the way they played as it was quite intense. They pressed high and aggressively. We did well with that and deserved the victory in the end."