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Jamie Carragher Forces BT Sport To Delete Their Liverpool Tweet After He Savages Them Online

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Jamie Carragher Forces BT Sport To Delete Their Liverpool Tweet After He Savages Them Online

​Jamie Carragher has forced BT Sport to delete their tweet about Liverpool after he savagely mocked them on social media. 

​Football on BT Sport posted a picture of the Liverpool XI the last time they played Benfica ahead of tonight's big Champions League clash.

Rafael Benitez took his then-Liverpool team to Lisbon for a Europa League fixture back in the 2009/10 season.

In the build-up to the Champions League quarter-final first leg, the account tweeted: "Liverpool's squad the last they played Benfica in Lisbon," accompanied with a laughing face with sweat emoji. 

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Image: Twitter
Image: Twitter

However, Football on BT Sport's post didn't go down too well with Liverpool fans, who argued that was actually a solid team. 

It consisted of Liverpool legends Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres as well as cult heroes Lucas Leiva​ and Daniel Agger. 

Image: PA
Image: PA
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Not to mention Carragher who ruthlessly hit out at the tweet. 

He wrote: "That team is a lot better than your punditry team."

​Carragher's tweet appeared to be aimed at former Liverpool players Michael Owen and Peter Crouch, who are both in the BT Sport studio for Benfica vs. Liverpool. 

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Football on BT Sport have since removed their post from Twitter following the backlash. 

Featured Image Credit: CBS/BT Sport

Topics: Football, Jamie Carragher, Liverpool, Champions League

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