Curtis Jones was moderately recognized in the Liverpool fan circles. However, on January 5th, 2020, all Liverpool buffs were thankful towards the young Englishman as he scored the only goal in an FA Cup fixture against Merseyside rivals Everton.
Through his goal, Curtis Jones became the youngest player to score for Liverpool after Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler (in 1994). Curtis Jones received the Man of the Match award for his performance against Lincoln City on September 24th, 2020.
Subsequently, in an interview with the Liverpool Echo on February 20th, 2021, Curtis Davis said, “I hope to feel special once again.” Also, scoring goals aside, Curtis Davis has another ability that he is proud of. Moreover, he observes his teammates keenly and mentioned that “I believe in observing my teammates from a close distance. I need to understand how they play so I can help when playing against the opposition.”
Consequently, Curtis Jones observed Liverpool winger Sadio Mane when he plays. In an interview with the Liverpool Echo, he said that “when he is dribbling the ball, Mane does not require support and hence I do not provide it.”
Curtis Jones a key factor for Liverpool’s Champions League fixture
The twenty-year-old English midfielder scored his debut goal in the Champions League knockout stage against Ajax on December 1st, 2020.
In the game against RB Leipzig on February 16th, 2021, his overall performance delighted the fans and Jurgen Klopp. After the game against Lincoln City, Klopp said in an interview with reporters from Sportsloveme.com on September 25th, 2020, “Jones is an exceptional player.”
The youngster, apparently, can be the best, and his manager and teammates are well aware of it. Jones wants to score the winner at Everton for a second time on February 20th, 2021, and become ‘special again’.