Since Manchester City Players Sang About Liverpool Winning 'F**k All', They've Won Four Trophies
City pipped Liverpool to the title last May by one point and they celebrated by taking a dig at their rivals.
"[Raheem] Sterling won the double, and the Scousers won f**k all," echoed around the team bus as Pep Guardiola's side felt untouchable.
Fast forward a year later, Liverpool have won four different trophies, including the Premier League, and Jurgen Klopp's men will receive a guard of honour at the Etihad tonight.
A reminder that since the Man City players sung this song about Liverpool winning no trophies...
Liverpool have won the Premier League, Champions League, Super Cup and Club World Cup.
Today they will give us a guard of honour for being PL Champions. :joy: pic.twitter.com/OUrJ4tTfrB
- - (@EnRouteAnfield) July 2, 2020
Liverpool kicked off their spell of dominance with a Champions League final victory over Tottenham Hotspur last June.
The Reds would then add a second trophy to their cabinet in August after overcoming Chelsea in in the UEFA Super Cup via a penalty shootout.
A Club World Cup victory would follow in December and last week saw Jurgen Klopp's men win the club's first ever Premier League title.
It's in stark contrast to this time last year when fans questioned if Liverpool would be able to recover from missing out on the title by such a narrow margin.
Jurgen Klopp in 2015: "If we sit here in four years, I think we win one title."
:trophy: 2019/2020 :trophy:
Champions of Europe :heavy_check_mark:
Super Cup Champions :heavy_check_mark:
Club World Cup Champions :heavy_check_mark:
Premier League Champions :soon:
:fist: B O S S :fist:
- Anfield Watch (@AnfieldWatch) June 25, 2020
Good afternoon, Reds :red_circle:
Here's your daily reminder that Liverpool are:
:trophy: Champions of England
:trophy: Champions of Europe
:trophy: Champions of the World pic.twitter.com/9O31omamwy
- Liverpool FC News (@LivEchoLFC) July 2, 2020
Klopp explained ahead of the game that he isn't sure how to feel about receiving a guard of honour from the former champions.
"I'm not sure if I've ever had one. It was a long time ago in Germany. I don't know if it's a tradition in Germany. It's a nice gesture - 100 per cent," the 53-year-old stated per Daily Mail.
"I don't need it, to be honest. We go there to play a football game and win a football game.
"We don't celebrate a thing that happened a week before."
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