Liverpool Fans Celebrate Champions League Triumph By Taking Fake Trophies Into A Barcelona Store
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Liverpool supporters decided to rub salt into the wounds of Barcelona fans after a video shows them taking fake Champions League trophies into one of the Spanish club's stores.
Yeah, talk about really rubbing it into the face of the La Liga champions, right?
Of course, Liverpool lost the first leg of their Champions League semi-final clash 3-0 at the Camp Nou, but then they produced a sensational comeback at Anfield after thrashing Barcelona 4-0 in the second leg.
Well, the Reds took home the ultimate bragging rights when they beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 in the final and finished their season on a high note.
One Liverpool fan, Alan Rowan, posted a video on Twitter showing several supporters taking fake Champions League trophies to a Barcelona shop, singing 'Allez, Allez, Allez' as they posed alongside an image of Lionel Messi.
Oh, and what about Philippe Coutinho, eh?
The Liverpool supporters did not pass up the opportunity to mock the ex-Reds star after they spotted a photo of him.
Just been sent this :joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::point_down: pic.twitter.com/CklYsacG7m
- Alan Rowan (@alanrowanlfc67) 3 June 2019
Unsurprisingly, fans loved every minute of the video and shared their thoughts on social media.
"These fans have b***s to go into [the] Barcelona shop [and] sing Allez, Allez, Allez," one Twitter user wrote.
Someone else said: "Amazing... Scouse humour at its best."
A third wrote: "F*****g beautiful. Best fan base going."
A fourth added: "FC Barcelona is one of the biggest jokes of Europe. Hahaha [sic] amazing by Liverpool fans."
Messi, who reportedly broke down in tears after the second-leg defeat to Liverpool, said last month that the stinging defeat to the Premier League runners-up had affected him.
Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp was beaming after his side were crowned European champions.
"This may be the best night of my life, professional wise," he said.
"This is so important. Tonight, it's really emotional. I am overwhelmed, to be honest, but I'm much calmer than I thought I would be when it finally happened.
"I feel mostly relieved, to be honest. Relieved for my family because the last six times we were away on holiday and always with a silver medal and that doesn't feel so cool.
"This is for the boys, the fans and for the owners who do not put any pressure on us and appreciate the development of huge steps we have made.
"For the players, they were pretty much crying on the pitch because it was so emotional, so big, and it means so much to us."
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