Wolves Fan Brilliantly Trolls Manchester City With Liverpool Champions League Picture
An unknown Wolves fan was pictured trolling Manchester City fans last night with a picture of Liverpool winning the Champions League.
City's 3-2 defeat to Wolves last night has all but ended their title hopes and one Wolves fan decided to have some fun.
He was seen showing the away end at Molineux an image of Liverpool lifting the Champions League last season in Madrid.
FELLA IN THE HOME END AT WOLVES SHOWING US WINNING IN MADRID TO THEIR AWAY END HAHAHAHAH pic.twitter.com/Yg3jbBH26Y
- Conor (@conorseddo) December 27, 2019
While the City fans in attendance likely didn't appreciate the image, Liverpool fans on Twitter thought it was hilarious.
Find him, knight him. :joy::joy:
- LordHougun (@Twodogsred) December 27, 2019
- Nathanael:dizzy: (@SimplyNate_) December 27, 2019
One lad changed his lock screen to a picture of you lifting the champions league and then held it up against the glass screen of his VIP box
- Keiron (@Kswannick1) December 27, 2019
While some City fans were quick to mock the fan.
Look at Bubba Ray Dudley thinking he's well sick here https://t.co/I7GfB7NALs- Josh (@JoshLawless_) December 28, 2019
Liverpool are now 14 points clear of City at the top of the Premier League and its looking like they won't be caught.
City had led in last night's game after two goals from Raheem Sterling.
But Pep Guardiola's side had goalkeeper Ederson sent off in the first half and the numbers game soon caught up with them.
Adama Traore scored early on in the second half before Raul Jimenez and Matt Doherty scored in the final 10 minutes to seal victory.
Wolves have become only the second side in history to complete a league double over a Guardiola side and are now fifth in the table.
Furthermore, City had just just 37.8% of the ball in the game.
That's the lowest possession stat of Guardiola's managerial career and it shows how much of an impact the sending off had on the game.
The Spaniard has conceded that his side's title charge is all but over.
"It's unrealistic to think about catching Liverpool," he told Amazon Prime following the game.
"It has been a big gap for a long time. It is not realistic to think about the title race.
"I have been asked the question for a long time and it is the same answer."
When asked whether Wolves were in the mix for a top four spot, he said, via Express and Star: "Yes. There are many.
"They are close and have played with a lot of consistency over the past two seasons.
"They concede few chances and they create. The way they play is perfect for them. They are one of a lot of teams."
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