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Liverpool youngster Conor Bradley mocks Ben Chilwell after Carabao Cup final win

Liverpool youngster Conor Bradley mocks Ben Chilwell after Carabao Cup final win

Conor Bradley trolled Ben Chilwell after their altercation in the Carabao Cup final between Liverpool and Chelsea.

Liverpool youngster Conor Bradley mocked Ben Chilwell after winning the Carabao Cup final on Sunday night.

With injuries taking their toll, Bradley was part of a youthful Liverpool side who fed off the energy of their supporters in the Wembley stands to win the final in extra time.

Captain Virgil van Dijk came up clutch with a bullet header when we were minutes away from penalties, ensuring Jurgen Klopp ends his final season with silverware.

The Reds finished the fixture with a slew of youngsters on the pitch, with the likes of Bobby Clark, James McConnell and Jayden Danns all brought on off the bench.

It meant that Bradley, just 20 and with four Premier League games to his name, ended up being one of the more inexperienced players.

The Northern Ireland youngster showed his versatility by also filling in on the right of midfield, while he also got into a scuffle with Chilwell at the end of the first half.

The Chelsea captain shoved Bradley as tempers flared, with both being cautioned.

But the Liverpool right-back had the last laugh as his side triumphed and Bradley made Chilwell look a little daft afterwards.

Image: Instagram/@conorbradley.03
Image: Instagram/@conorbradley.03

On Instagram, he posted a photo dump from the game, with the caption: "A special club."

But rather tellingly, the first image at the very start of the post was his reaction to Chilwell pushing him and Liverpool supporters predictably lapped it up.

Bradley has made huge strides this season, playing 12 times and turning in a Man of the Match display against Chelsea at Anfield.

And the former Bolton Wanderers loanee was thrilled after winning his first trophy with the club.

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: “I don’t think I can actually put it into words. It’s an incredible feeling and obviously I’ve supported this club since I was about five years old so to now win a trophy with them at Wembley, it’s special and I’m just buzzing.

“Thankfully I wasn’t on at the end because I don’t know if I could have kept my composure!

"The boys did brilliant and especially the young ones that came on, they showed real heart and they always wanted the ball and they always wanted to make something happen. So, full credit to the boys.”

Featured Image Credit: Getty

Topics: Liverpool, Chelsea, Carabao Cup, Ben Chilwell