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Former Rangers star receives Jurgen Klopp Liverpool praise after 'incredible' save

Wes Foderingham <i>(Image: PA)</i>
Wes Foderingham (Image: PA)

Ex-Rangers ace Wes Foderingham has received high praise from Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp.

The German described one of the saves the Sheffield United goalkeeper made against his side as "incredible".

It was Chris Wilder's first match in charge of his second spell as The Blades went down 2-0 to the Premier League giants.

And Foderingham left an impact on Klopp after one of his saves.

"Look, it would be extremely cool if we could have scored the second goal earlier!" he told Liverpool's official club website.

"It was possible. I think Mo [Mohammad Salah] had after a corner where it was an incredible save from the goalie. I have no clue how he kept that out of the goal!"

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Meanwhile, the referee for this month's Viaplay Cup final between Rangers and Aberdeen has been announced.

It has been confirmed that Don Robertson will be the man in the middle for next week's showpiece fixture at Hampden.

Rangers will meet the Dons at the national stadium on Sunday, December 17. The match will kick off at 3pm.

It promises to be a tasty encounter, and Robertson has been entrusted by the Scottish FA to take charge of the tie.

He will be joined by linesman Daniel McFarlane and Ross Macleod, with David Munro appointed as the fourth official.

Andrew Dallas is the VAR, alongside assistant Andrew McWilliam.