Adama Traore: Jurgen Klopp says Wolves star is so good and unplayable

Adama Traore: Jurgen Klopp says Wolves star is so good and unplayable

- Adama Traore was quite a handful for Liverpool when they faced Wolves

- Klopp acknowledged the 23-year old’s ability, terming him unplayable

- Traore played a role in Wolves only goal on the night scored by Jimenez

Liverpool might have taken another giant stride towards clinching their first league title in 30 years, in the win against Wolves, but there was one man among the hosts who left a permanent impact on Jurgen Klopp.

Klopp, who has completely transformed the Reds in recent years, singled out Wolves winger Adama Traore as an “unplayable” player.

Traore produced another scintillating display and set up Raul Jimenez for Wolves’ only goal on the day.

Speaking on Traore’s form against his side, Klopp was almost lost for words trying to describe his quality.

"[Traore] is unplayable in moments, it's unbelievable. What a player - it's not only him but he's so good," he said.

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Traore on his part was also full of praise for Liverpool who are now unbeaten in 40 league games.

"We don't forget they are a great team, an amazing team and one of the best - or the best in Europe,” 23-year old Traore spoke on last year’s Champions League winners.

As it stands, Traore has seven assists this season, with only the likes of Liverpool’s Trent Alexander Arnold and Manchester City’s De Bruyne recording more.

Traore rose from the ranks in Barcelona but has fully established himself at the Molineaux.

He is known for his stupendous physical ability and having the body of a rugby player but abilities of a world-class footballer.

Incidentally, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is also wary of the Traore threat and described him as a player who would take two motorcycles to stop.

Earlier, reported that Mikel Arteta may have inspired Arsenal to a thrilling 2-2 comeback draw against rivals Chelsea in a Premier League clash played at Stamford Bridge.

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But stats prove the Spaniard tactician has made the worst start of any manager in the history of the Gunners.

Arteta replaced Unai Emery as the club's manager on permanent capacity in December 2019, rejoining his former side from Man City where he was Pep Guardiola's assistant.

The 37-year-old had his Arsenal job cut out, thanks to the club's slump and dip in form under Emery.

However, having dropped two more points against the Blues, Arteta has now collected a paltry seven points in his first six Premier League games.

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