Coleman Understands Klopp’s Worries At Woodburn
Wales national team manager Chris Coleman has recently felt he has proved himself to have made the right decision to give Ben Woodburn a chance to play at international level even though Jurgen Klopp was initially worried.
Where, the young Liverpool player menajdi sensation in his first two games with Wales when he played as a substitute that gives impact in the second half.
Woodburn scored the winning goal against Austria last weekend, just 261 seconds after coming on from the bench to make his debut.
Then, he managed to bolt his second game with a brilliant finish after making an assist for Hal Robson-Kanu’s goal to help Wales to a 2-0 win in Moldova.
And although happy with Woodburn’s performance, but Coleman admitted that Klopp was worried, tidal foster children can adjust the international stage at such a young age.
“Klopp feels this is very fast for Ben to play at international level, but we all have opinions and that’s what’s great about football.” Coleman told local media.
“I think if he were in Liverpool’s first team he could score on his debut in front of the Kop, then he was ready. We did not play it as a starter in both matches and played it for 90 minutes. We just sort it out, but he is a great young talent. “