Philippe Coutinho has blossomed into one of the best attacking midfielders in the Premier League following his £8.5 million transfer from Inter Milan in January 2013. Now, he's out displaying his talent for the Brazilian national team at the Copa America tournament.
Over the past couple of seasons, his dribbling skill, vision and ability to score spectacular long range goals have made him a centerpiece of Liverpool's attack. And at just 23, there's still room for him to improve, which has reportedly caught the attention of both PSG and Barcelona this summer.
Still, Coutinho was left off Brazil's 2014 World Cup squad and missed a number of international friendlies this past fall. So being picked to represent his country during the ongoing Copa America has given him an opportunity to prove himself on a new stage.
He's found enormous success thus far in the tournament and scored three goals in a 7-1 win over Haiti. His best qualities were on display in that match, as global fans who might not follow him in the Premier League saw the impact of his creative influence in the attacking midfield.
Watch this compilation of Coutinho's touches against Haiti to see the rising star at his peak level of play.