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Man United's Indonesian Twitter Account Posts Very Cheeky Tweet After Liverpool Win The League

Man United's Indonesian Twitter Account Posts Very Cheeky Tweet After Liverpool Win The League

Manchester United's main twitter account didn't comment on Liverpool's Premier League title triumph after it was confirmed on Thursday, but the Indonesian section produced a very cheeky response.

The Reds' first league title in 30 years was finally secured following Manchester City slipping to a 2-1 defeat away at Chelsea, prompting wild celebrations from the Liverpool players watching on - and then similar scenes from fans who gathered outside Anfield.

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It moves Liverpool up to 19 league titles - one behind United - who were last champions in 2013 when Sir Alex Ferguson retired with one last Premier League crown.

Image: PA
Image: PA

And whoever was manning the United's Indonesian account knew it exactly what they were doing in making everyone aware that it is them who still lead the way in terms of titles.

They posted pictures of Fred and Eric Bailly in training and while it seems pretty standard at first. But when you add the squad numbers of seventeen and three together you get 20 - which is of course the number of leagues the Old Trafford club have lifted.

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Predictably, the tweet blew up on social media and has garnered a whole lot of likes and retweets.

United remain the most successful English club in terms of league titles, but Jurgen Klopp's recent trophy-haul at Anfield means they have been eclipsed as the most decorated when it comes to overall silverware.

Along with their league title successes, Liverpool have won seven FA Cups, eight League Cups, six European Cups and three 'other' European trophies.

Liverpool's 43 trophies puts them one clear of Manchester United, who have won fewer League Cups and European Cups.

Back on their perch, you could say...

Topics: Liverpool, Football News, Football, Manchester United, Premier League

Josh Lawless

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