Lucas Leiva is poised to win Lazio Player Of The Year for the second year in a row thanks to Liverpool fans hijacking a Twitter poll to determine the winner again.
Last year the Brazilian won the poll due to Liverpool fans hilariously commandeering a vote on Lazio's official Twitter post.
Lucas won the poll with 71% of the vote. Fast forward a year, and it's happening again.
Currently in the semi-final stages of voting, Lucas Leiva has a whopping 87% of the votes in comparison to teammates Felipe Caicedo and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.
His two challengers have 6% and 7% respectively.
With three hours left of the poll, it's hard to see the 32-year-old being toppled. And it comes as no surprise that Liverpool fans are the culprits.
Lucas developed into a cult hero at Anfield during his ten-year stint in the Premier League. He signed from Gremio for £5 million in 2007 and played 347 games for The Reds, winning their Player of the Year in 2010/2011 as well as the Carabao Cup the following season.
He departed Liverpool for Lazio in 2017 for the same sum he joined The Reds for.
Lazio endured a disappointing campaign in Serie A this season finishing 8th under coach Simone Inzaghi.
They did taste silverware however as they defeated Atalanta 2-0 in the Coppa Italia Final which Lucas played in. The Brazilian could soon be adding an extra individual trophy to his cabinet thanks to help from his old club's supporters.