Jurgen Klopp has selected his starting XI for the visit of Spartak Moscow, and fans have truly lost their sh*t after a player has been dropped.
Liverpool are fresh off a thumping 5-1 victory against Brighton in the Premier League, as they revert their attention to the Champions League.
Passage to the next round seems on the cards. But whether they finish first or second is still to be determined.
And ahead of entertaining the Russian outfit, the German boss has dropped Jordan Henderson to the bench after he started against Brighton in the league, last Saturday.
Here's Liverpool's side for tonight's European tie:
Here's tonight's team against Spartak Moscow.- Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 6, 2017
Coutinho wears the captain's armband. pic.twitter.com/pu5tfTO3R8
His decision to drop the England midfielder is a hugely popular one. The Liverpool faithfuls have blown up social media:
Liverpool are wining trust me because Jordan Henderson is not playing pic.twitter.com/eayvHpaU8p- SCARFACE (@LFC_LION) December 6, 2017
Our captain Jordan Henderson isn't starting in a huge game for us but yer da thinks he's vital to our team- Jonah (@Jonahs___) December 6, 2017
ABOUT TIME! no Jordan Henderson :fist::fist::fist:- (@BouffDaddy_15) December 6, 2017
No Henderson- MOHAMED HASSAN (@HassanSadaby) December 6, 2017
That's sound good
Sell Henderson :grin:- Shirish Sharma (@shirish18sharma) December 6, 2017
No henderson yessssssssssss- Jacob (@SandersonJacob) December 6, 2017
No Henderson :heart_eyes:- Olivergrimes (@Olivergrimes4) December 6, 2017
HAHAHAHA FUCK OFF HENDO- Aaron (@LFCAaron_) December 6, 2017
Philippe Coutinho will don the captains armband in Henderson's absence.
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