Brendan Rodgers' decision to move Raheem Sterling into a central berth will go down as one of his greatest.
Many would have been reluctant due to the youngster's wiry frame, but where some saw physical weakness, Rodgers saw impressive burst and the natural ability to make a marker look foolish.
Despite not yet reaching his 20th birthday, he's already far too important to the Reds' makeup to be marooned in the wide areas, at risk of not being involved.
Sterling has unteachable dribbling talent and that low centre of gravity every No. 10 craves. The midfield diamond employed by Rodgers is no longer a way to get the best out of Steven Gerrard—it's a way to get the best out of Sterling.
He's our No. 1 both in projected potential and current ability levels. An all-round, all-encompassing first choice.
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