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Jamie Carragher believes Liverpool will reap the long-term rewards of Brendan Rodgers' 'brave' decision to put his faith in the club's pool of young talent.
The veteran centre-back has been impressed by the manner in which the likes of Raheem Sterling, Suso and Andre Wisdom have made the step up to first-team level this season.
All three played their part in helping the Reds secure a draw at Chelsea on Sunday, and Carragher feels the character they've displayed at such tender ages bodes well for the club's future.
"They have done really well all season," said Carragher.
"To go away from home to a place like Stamford Bridge, probably the toughest place we've been to this season, and come away with a positive result bodes well for the future.
"The young lads who were out there - Andre, Raheem and Suso - all played their part.
"I thought Suso did really well when he came on, he did the same when he came on against Anzhi [last Thursday] as well.
"They were not just playing against one of the top teams in the country, but one of the top teams in Europe.
"It's a great learning curve for them.
"They are doing really well for us and that's why the manager keeps picking them.
"You have to think of the benefits they will get from experiences like that in the future.
"Credit to them and also credit to the manager for putting them in there. He's been very brave the way he has given the young players a chance."
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