Gini Wijnaldum Dropped His Phone Off The Liverpool Parade Bus
Liverpool players can do literally nothing wrong at the moment and that includes when they drop their phones off double decker busses, as Gini Wijnaldum found out on Sunday.
It's been an incredible season for Liverpool FC. They didn't really do much wrong in the Premier League title race but still finished second to an incredible Manchester City team but in Europe they did even less wrong and won the Champions League.
Heck even when it did go wrong for Jurgen Klopp's team on the continent they made sure that it was never so bad they couldn't recover from it.
After watching them recover from 3-0 down against Barcelona in the semi final of the Champions League it rather felt like you could ask Klopp for the lottery numbers and you'd have been a millionaire.
In that second leg Andy Robertson suffered an injury and had to come off, only for substitute Gini Wijnaldum to change the game with a second half brace.
And on Sunday the Dutch midfielder continued his incredible luck during the victory parade round Liverpool. Wijnaldum was recording the events on his phone but dropped it to the floor, only to have it recovered and the phone to be completely fine:
Wijnaldum drops his phone off the bus during the parade! :joy::see_no_evil:- LiverpoolFF (@LiverpoolFF) June 2, 2019
I've dropped my phone out of my hands from a normal height onto carpeted floor and had the screen crack and here's Gini out here acting like he can do literally anything to his phone and get away with it.
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Unlike his phone, Wijnaldum's heroics at Anfield against Barcelona made him undroppable and he started the final on Saturday night.
He was replaced in the second half by James Milner but he still made his presence known in Madrid before the final whistle.
The Reds would of course liked to have been parading the Premier League title for the first time but will more than make do with a sixth European title instead.
It was the first trophy for Klopp since he moved to Anfield nearly four years ago, having lost in the Europa League and Champions League final previously.
Can they make amends in the league next season?