Liverpool teenagers Ki-Jana Hoever and Rhian Brewster have been included in Goal‘s list of the top 50 Under-19 footballers in the world.
The NxGn 2019 award saw Borussia Dortmund and England winger Jadon Sancho take top spot, followed by Vinicius Jr (2nd) and Callum Hudson-Odoi (3rd).
Hoever and Brewster also featured prominently, though, being ranked 23rd and 31st respectively.
The pair are seen as two of Liverpool’s brightest young talents in years, with a future first team place looking likely for both.
Hoever was handed his debut at the age of just 16 back in January, as the Reds lost away to Wolves in the FA Cup.
Brewster, meanwhile, has had terrible luck with injuries, missing the last 14 months of action.
The 18-year-old is close to returning, however, and his potential was highlighted when he won the Golden Boot at the U17 World Cup back in 2017.
Other notable players to feature in the list included the likes of Phil Foden (4th), Morgan Gibbs-White (10th) and Ryan Sessegnon (11th).
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