“We’ve seen twice Armando Broja scored from two starts. He gives us qualities that we need and I am very happy to have him here,” Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl said ahead of the Carabao Cup clash with Chelsea, as quoted by Hampshire News.
“Tino [Livramento] will also score more in the future, he is a very talented young player and I am so convinced that with this squad we will have a lot of fun.
“They are young and they have big futures, give them the time and you will see that they’re good players… Tino played his eighth game and you would think he has played plenty more.”
The former Chelsea academy duo starred for Southampton last weekend, as both Livramento and Broja found the net in a 2-2 draw with Burnley
Southampton are visiting Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night, but Broja will not be eligible to play against his parent club.
Livramento, who has been the starting XI regular for Saints since his arrival there, left Chelsea on a permanent deal, so he might play on Tuesday night.