The career of Georginio Wijnaldum has aged like a fine wine. Since joining Liverpool from relegated Newcastle United in July 2016, the versatile former Feyenoord and PSV midfielder slotted into Jurgen Klopp's rock 'n' roll set-up with great effectiveness, firing up the engine room of one football's most exciting teams. The Dutchman's defining moment in red came during Liverpool's legendary 4-0 defeat of FC Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League, as his two-minute brace in front of a delirious Anfield lifted his side to the Madrid final that they would go on to win. Those iconic goals, coupled with his integral role in the club's 2019-20 Premier League title, surely secured his hero status among Redmen – a name synonymous with an imperious Liverpool side.
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