Footage has emerged of Liverpool fans making themselves known when passing a Manchester City team bus whilst they were on their way to Wembley for the FA Cup final.
The clip emerged on Reddit of Reds fans waving their Liverpool fans out the window with one shouting "f*** off" and wagging two fingers at the team bus. It is unknown whether the City squad were onboard, although it is likely the team flew down from Manchester to London in preparation for their clash with West Ham on Sunday.
Responding to the video, one user responded: “This is quality!” Whilst another wrote: “Pep: ‘F*** me, they’re everywhere.”
Liverpool supporters will be keen to do all they can to prevent City from continuing their rich vein of form and winning the Premier League title. As it stands, the Reds have a chance of winning a historic quadruple – though Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea could put an end to that on Saturday.
The Reds are just three points behind City with two games remaining, while also having a lesser goal difference. And though unlikely, the Reds are more than capable of capitalising on any slip up that the Etihad Stadium outfit makes.
But Klopp’s side were handed a hammer blow in their chances of winning the quadruple after just 32 minutes of their final against Chelsea. Mohamed Salah was forced off of the pitch with an injury that saw him head straight down the tunnel, with Diogo Jota coming on in his place.
With two league games remaining and the Champions League final on the horizon, as well as the importance of the FA Cup, the absence of the 29-year-old will certainly be felt amongst the team. Salah has scored 22 goals in 34 league games this season and is the top scorer in the Premier League.
Speaking about the injury, Jermaine Jenas told the BBC: "This is a big worry, Salah is not the type of player who just takes a seat. He plays a lot of games, a lot of minutes, he’s had a long season – I know most Liverpool players have but chuck the African Cup of Nations into that as well."
It remains to be seen if Klopp can cope without Salah, whilst also whether he will be able to thank the Reds supporters for disrupting the mindsets of the City if West Ham manage to avoid defeat on Sunday. Though, if his team were on the heckled coach, Guardiola will be keen to call for calm considering how his side capitulated in the Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid.
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