Riise wants Robertson to start scoring

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Liverpool’s ex-star John Arne Riise believes that the Reds’ left back Andy Robertson should add goals to his game.

After moving to Liverpool from Hull City for £8 million in July of 2017, Robertson entrenched as the main player of Jurgen Klopp’s team during the past season.

The 24-year-old Scotsman consistently is demonstrating a high level in this season. He even achieved Jose Mourinho’s praise last weekend after the match against Manchester United at Anfield. Though, Riise would like to see an improvement in goal-scoring performance as the next step in Robertson’s development.

Riise believes that Robertson has everything to become a first-class player. He is very fast, good at serving, strong and defend well. The only thing that he is missing now is goals.

In modern football, the defender of this level must sometimes score goals, it is a part of his direct responsibility.

Recall Riise himself has been scoring for Liverpool quite often, having an incredibly strong blow with his left foot.

(Reporting by Kovtunov Ilya, editing by Ponomarenko Valeriia)

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