Former Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson contacted Andy Robertson, who wore the armband in Saturday’s 3-1 victory over Wolves.
Jordan Henderson, a former Liverpool captain, praised Andy Robertson’s goal and effort against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Due to the suspension of Virgil van Dijk and the injury to habitual backup Trent Alexander-Arnold, the Scotsman took over as Reds captain on Saturday.

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Robertson, like all of the away players at Molineux, had a rough first half. He was caught off guard in the penalty area when Hwang Hee-chan scored in the seventh minute, but he made apologies with a sensational attacking display after the break.

With five minutes remaining in regulation time and no winner in sight, the full-back made the difference by converting Mohamed Salah’s low pass into the box.
This elicited a variety of comments, including those from the individual himself and former and current teammates.

“It’s been a while [since scoring for Liverpool], but nothing beats this feeling,” Robertson wrote on Instagram. Much better in the second half!! #YNWA.”

The 29-year-old also shared the Instagram story of the club’s previous captain Henderson, who left this summer to join Al Ettifaq.

Henderson would not have been able to watch his old team’s success because he was involved in his own 3-1 victory with his new teammates, but he sent Robertson a simple four-word message immediately after full-time: “Love to see it!!”

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