Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl sang Moussa Djenepo's praises for his exploits in the Saints' 2-1 defeat to Liverpool after he came on a later substitute.
Although this is Southampton's second loss in the Premier League season openers, the Saints reportedly create a lot of chances in the game where they managed a total of approximately 14 shots at St Mary's stadium according to WhoScored.
Djenepo who previously plied trade for Standard Liege came off the bench in the 77th minute and proved to be a threat to the opposition.
Manager Hasenhuttl was reportedly pleased with the 21-year-old's performances and shared his delight after the match via the club's official website.
“Bringing Moussa was an offensive substitution. We tried to bring him into the game and force 1v1 situations and he had a few good ones,” said the Austrian.
“One situation was the moment where we created a chance. It’s good for him to come in and to be able to show strength the first time.”
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