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Bent praises Liverpool return to form as team picks up 3 points over Forest.

Darren Bent has heaped praise on Diogo Jota performance for Liverpool. They secured a crucial 3-point win over Nottingham Forest in their last Premier League game.

The Portuguese striker exploded in form this game with two solo goals that led the Reds to a narrow 3-2 win over the hosts. Which saw him score four goals in the last two games.

Bent, who co-hosted the program The Premier League Productions have praised Jota for continuing to score goals after recovering from injury and not scoring for over a year.

“When you play as a striker there are chances of ups and downs. Where Jota is injured. But now things are falling into place.”

“Liverpool are returning form in every position. And it seems that their offensive game is starting to find the best form as well, ”said Bent.

The two goals Diogo Jota scored in Liverpool’s 6-1 win over Leeds.

Were named as the 26-year-old’s first goalscorer. This season for the Portuguese national team. Jota has had a difficult time being plagued by repeated injuries.

Both from a hamstring injury at the beginning of the season that forced him to rest for more than a month. After recovering from the injury, playing only 4 games, Jota had to suffer from a repeat injury. This time it was an injury to the thigh muscle. Having to rest for more than 3 months, being able to return to score goals for Liverpool again is something very special for Jota.

Which Jota revealed the feeling of returning to score goals again after the game against Leeds said.

“It’s a good feeling. Obviously, as a striker i want to score a goal not just assists as I did this season And hopefully I can continue to perform like this in the next games.”

“I think it’s a continuation from last season. I haven’t scored in the last few games, this season has been really tough. I have an injury problem. Now I’m trying to get that momentum. And today’s game will definitely help.”

“It’s part of football. You always try to believe in yourself. But obviously. When you score a goal Everything will be easier in the minds of the players, so we just have to take advantage of the moment. Because it is very difficult to achieve that goal.”