Champions League Liverpool vs Benfica

The Colombian Luis Díaz seems to have found his place in the world, as his outstanding performances with Liverpool They have allowed it to have greater recognition worldwide, especially from the big chains and teams on the planet.

This Tuesday his performance was no exception and helped Liverpool win 3-1 against Benfica, scoring a goal and giving an assist to be chosen as the best player of the match by Uefa, which highlighted his performance at the Da Luz stadium, in Lisbon, in Portugal.

Diaz gave the assist for the ‘reds’ second goal, at 34 minutes and, after Benfica reduced the difference on the scoreboardthe Colombian sealed the red victory with a goal in the 87th after a clearance by Keita.

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At the end of the match, Díaz received great recognition from the English and Portuguese pressthat highlighted his performance on the pitch and what he contributed to the English team to take the three points in the Champions League. Here are some of the media reactions.

Liverpool echo rated it with 7 points and made a review about his game: “He scared Benfica’s right-back Gilberto with his pace and his direct run, he dragged a deflected shot and headed in to help Mané. He moved to the right flank on the hour and continued to be busy and scored the third.”

A Bola (Portugal) highlighted his match and assured that “He shone again in Da Luz {the stadium} and complicated the ‘eagles’ of Benfica”.

The Game (Portugal) reported on the recognition that Uefa gave him at the end of the game: “Luis Díaz, best player on the field in Liverpool’s victory in Da Luz”.

Anfield Watch replied to some statements by Andrew Robertsonwho highlighted the importance of the Colombian’s score: “He [Luis Díaz] he had a good reception from the beginning, playing for one of his rivals, but a good goal for him and a two-goal cushion makes the difference”.

The Guardian highlighted his return to Portugal and the performance he had against one of his old rivals: “Luis Díaz returns to Portugal to torment Benfica and seal Liverpool’s victory in the first leg”.

Other football personalities They also highlighted the work of the Colombian, qualifying him as one of the best in the match.