The Brazilian showed his class against Burnley with excellent assist as well as strong performance throughout 90 minutes. This was no one-off – he was continuing his fine form since the restart.
Fabinho produced a world-class performance at Anfield as the Reds came away with a comfortable 4-0 victory over Crystal Palace
On May 28, 2018, rumours of Liverpool’s interest in Fabinho started circulating on Twitter. Just a couple of hours later he was announced as the club’s latest signing.
With Fabinho having made his return to first team training this week, Reds around the world are wondering whether or not Klopp will start his Brazilian destroyer against a lacklustre Manchester United side. Matt Ramirez tells us why he thinks Fabi should start… on the bench.
Following news of Fabinho’s month-long injury layoff, midfield concern has been the topic of conversation amongst Liverpool fans. Having scraped past Brighton and blown away the Blues all seems good however, as Cameron Rimmer gives his thoughts on the midfield ‘situation’.
It’s undeniably something we could have done without. Having been a domineering, composed lynchpin in the Reds midfield thus far this season and, in truth, since around this time last year, the Brazilian’s expected eight-week absence was far from ideal news going into the season’s busiest spell. It’s quite possible that as one door closes, a number of others may open.
The Brazilian showed just how good he is as he netted his second Liverpool goal in a dominant performance against Manchester City.
Fabinho is one yellow card away from a one-match ban. With a crunch clash against Manchester City on the horizon, James Miller argues that Liverpool cannot risk the Brazilian against Aston Villa.
It was a strong performance across the pitch from Liverpool as they cam from behind to beat Tottenham Hotspur, but Fabinho once again stood out as he controlled the middle of the park at Anfield.