Xherdan Shaqiri Completely Disappears Into Jürgen Klopp’s Coat And We're So Confused
Xherdan Shaqiri has pulled off one hell of a magic trick after disappearing into Jürgen Klopp's coat.
Following on from Liverpool's 2-1 defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers in the FA Cup, the 27-year-old winger embraced the Reds boss.
It was at this point when he somehow vanished, with Fabinho emerging out of nowhere from the background.
Check it out below.
Missing: Xherdan Shaqiri- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) 8 January 2019
Last seen: Jurgen Klopp's jacket
Football fans have also taken to Twitter and are confused by what they have seen.
And where did Fabinho come from? :open_mouth:
- Daniel Butler (@DanButler2001) 8 January 2019
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That's one hell of a magic trick :eyes:
- Kieran MacLeod (@KieranMacLeod67) 8 January 2019
He transformed him to Fabinho
- Tsenguun Ts :airplane: (@tsngn) 8 January 2019
Absorption. It's how Klopp gets stronger. Like Cell. Always knew there was something off about him! pic.twitter.com/gF5asagAcB
- Matt Street (@Streetyx3) 8 January 2019
Raúl Jiménez opened the scoring for Wolves, but Divock Origi equalised for Liverpool in the second half.
However, Rúben Neves' brilliant long-range strike would hand his side a 2-1 win and knock Liverpool out of the competition.
It wasn't all bad news for Liverpool fans, though. After all, Klopp played Ki-Jana Hoever for the match and he became the third youngest player to debut for the club.
The former Borussia Dortmund manager explained why he decided to use the 16-year-old Dutch defender as a substitute rather than starting him for the match.
"It doesn't make sense to bring in a 16-year-old boy from the start," he said (via BBC Sport).
"You don't bring him, you wait until he is completely ready, but he did well.
"That's how it sometimes starts -- when you are really needed, then it is only about if you are good enough -- and not how old you are."
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