Ngakia has had to face the best team in the world in each of his senior appearances so far and hasn’t looked out of his depth for one moment.
The stats from his latest first-team foray back this up as he was our second-best player according to WhoScored, only behind Issa Diop, completing two dribbles, winning two aerial duels and triumphing in a remarkable seven tackles.
You can see the pick of the warranted praise for our shining star’s super showing, below…
Unreal from the lad! has to play every game now till the end of the season for me! ⚒
— Al Jones (@Al_Jones91) February 25, 2020
Was the first time I’ve actually watched him in person last night, this kid has to start against Southampton, didn’t put a foot wrong all game
— Liam Barwick (@liambarwick27) February 25, 2020
Made mane look average 10/10 Performance
— #GSBout (@YeaAight_C) February 25, 2020
Excellent performance and deserves a run in the side now. Could turn out to be this relegations Glen Johnson.
— Alan Reynolds ⚒ (@alanreynoldswhu) February 25, 2020
Yes. Now keep playing the lad instead of Grandad Zabs. He was class last night.
— Sam Brooks (@Sambrooks90) February 25, 2020
For a youngster his adaptation to play is incredible
— (@curleyyyyyy) February 25, 2020
Ngakia is a breath of fresh air when there is a lot of stink around the club. The kid deserves to see out the season it’s something positive for us all to cling too as well
— Mike (@mhare641) February 24, 2020
A reminder that Ngakia is 19 years old. What a performance from the youngster, up against the best attack in the world at the moment
— ⚒ COYIrons ⚒ (@COYIrons_com) February 24, 2020
Ngakia has bossed Mane magnificently
— Dom ⚒ (@DOWHU_1995) February 24, 2020
That result was so underserved. Liverpool weren’t actually that good. Ngakia was outstanding and so was Soucek.