Loan Watch 2020/21: Week 8

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In our weekly feature we will look at all the Liverpool players who are out on loan both at home and abroad and report on how they got on at their new clubs.

Loris Karius – Union Berlin

Karius again found himself on the bench and according to Union Berlin manager Urs Fischer this is unlikely to change anytime soon, speaking to Sky Germany, Fischer said of Karius

“Andi has held up very well in the past four games. That’s why I decided for him and not against Loris,”

“Loris is certainly not satisfied with that, but that’s a good thing,

Taiwo Awoniyi – Union Berlin

Awoniyi also started from the bench in Union Berlin’s 1-1 draw against Schalke but did manage to get off the bench for the last 20 minutes.

Kamil Grabara – Aarhus

The Polish keeper kept a clean sheet in Aarhus 3-0 victory over Horsens but did only need to make two saves, however one of those saves resulted in a penalty which you can see below.

Tony Gallacher – Toronto FC

The Scottish left back came back into the Toronto side to face Atalanta United however he was hooked at half time, Toronto win on to score a last minute winner securing a play-off spot.

Sheyi Ojo & Harry Wilson – Cardiff City

Ojo scored the winning goal for Cardiff which you can view below and he was joined on the pitch by Liverpool teammate Harry Wilson who made his Cardiff debut after coming off the bench after just 29 minutes.

The other players who are out on loan but did not see any game time this week are Morgan Boyes, Adam Lewis (unused sub) Ben Woodburn, Harvey Elliott & Marko Grujic and Anderson Arroyo.