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Andy Robertson Dancing With Cardboard Cutout Of Trent Was The Best Moment Of Liverpool Bus Parade

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Andy Robertson Dancing With Cardboard Cutout Of Trent Was The Best Moment Of Liverpool Bus Parade

Liverpool full-back Andy Robertson held up a life-size cardboard cutout of Trent Alexander-Arnold during the club's open-top bus parade on Sunday – and we can't stop watching.

Jurgen Klopp's side celebrated their FA Cup and League Cup success during the 2021/22 campaign with an open-top bus parade through the city.

The event may have come less than 24 hours after their Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid, but thousands of Liverpool fans turned up to get behind the team, who have lost just four times in 63 games this season.

Image credit: Alamy
Image credit: Alamy
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The parade started on Queens Drive in the Allerton area and after passing the famous Jolly Miller pub, both the men's and women's team buses made their way to the city centre.

On that several-hour trip around the Liverpool area, Scottish DJ and producer Calvin Harris played his hit song 'One Kiss' on the open-top bus, while Jurgen Klopp was spotted with a beer in one hand and the League Cup in the other.

Andy Robertson was also pictured celebrating their trophy haul. In fact, he somehow managed to get hold of a huge cardboard cutout of teammate Trent Alexander-Arnold before lifting it up like a trophy. Trent's reaction is brilliant.

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Here's some more antics from the parade on Sunday, including reaction from the 'One Kiss' track selection.

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Klopp encouraged fans to support the team at Sunday's parade following their Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid.

"It's a fantastic group and we will go again, definitely," he said. "And tomorrow, we will celebrate the season.

"It's good that we don't have to do that now immediately. But after a night's sleep and maybe another speech from me, the boys will realize how special what they did was.

"Even if nobody on this planet would understand that we have a parade tomorrow, we still will do it.

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"I really hope that everybody who has the chance to get to Liverpool is there tomorrow and celebrates together with us a fantastic season that we all had together.

"It didn't end like we wanted but the club is in a good moment. We will go again."


Featured Image Credit: Liverpool FC/YouTube

Topics: Liverpool, Andy Robertson, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Jurgen Klopp, Premier League, FA Cup

Jack Kenmare
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