Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has sent a three-word message to Liverpool forward Bobby Duncan after his impressive showing for the Reds during their first game of the preseason.
Bobby Duncan was in fantastic form for Liverpool during the first preseason game against League Two club Tranmere Rovers.
The 18-year-old was on target as a second half substitute as Liverpool ran riot against their lowly opponents.
Tranmere Rovers were beaten 6-0 by the reigning European champions.
After the game, Bobby Duncan took to his official Instagram page to express his delight after netting his first goal for the Liverpool senior team.
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Rangers manager Steven Gerrard then sent a three-word message ‘Well Done Kid’ to him amidst the rumours of a possible loan move for him to team up with the Liverpool legend at Scottish Premiership giants Rangers.
Bobby Duncan is also related to the former Liverpool midfielder (Cousin).
Apart from Bobby Duncan, Rhian Brewster (a brace), Nathaniel Clyne, Champions League hero Divock Origi and Curtis Jones were also on target in the thumping win.
Bobby Duncan is a relative of Steven Gerrard and he would be hoping for more of the same when the Reds take on Bradford City in their second preseason game.