5 fun moments fans love from Reds’ win over Spurs – Liverpool FC
A last minute winner, Jose Mourinho moaning over anything and everything, Liverpool top the league – Wednesday night was nice for Reds fans!
Beyond the obvious three points collected and a superb team performance – despite eight first-team players excluded due to injury – there are plenty of little moments that fans enjoy the day after the game.
Bobby’s passion here… What guy ?? pic.twitter.com/7mM7SXLKb5
– Kloppholic (@Kloppholic) December 16, 2020
First of all, there is Roberto FirminoWild celebration, along the entire length of the pitch to celebrate in front of the 2000 Kop fans.
It was a brilliant moment that really showed how much it meant to him and how much fan support meant to him.
Adrenaline rush, a full sprint to the Kop, looking behind to see if everyone is following. Brilliant.
PS. Following the lack of home goals last season, Firmino’s three so far this season have been at Anfield.
Uuufff the audacity of this kid ??? pic.twitter.com/LRg2nGbLtD
– JP? (@ JP10n) December 16, 2020
Against Spurs it was a supreme performance that really showed his range of qualities and we got a glimpse of the kind of thing that happens regularly on the training ground.
1-1, against a Mourinho side looking to punish you at the break, in a tight area in midfield, and Jones has the audacity to play that pass. Confidence, quality and genuinely determined, receiving the ball Andy robertson work in space.
Thirty walnuts son
– Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 17, 2020
You have to love a good nutmeg. Son even tries to close his legs. It’s Trent’s perfect execution, first touch, ball in the air, through the legs and off you go.
Let’s go for the Echo.
The curse of the commentator …
– Amazon Prime Video Sport (@primevideosport) December 17, 2020
“It might come back and bite me …” said Tim Sherwood, seconds before Firmino made his way to the last-minute winner.
To be fair he probably had a point, Spurs had superiority in the air, especially with Liverpool missing Van Dijk on set pieces this season.
Earlier in the game the Reds had mixed their set pieces with short kicks, but it was a perfect Andy robertson cross straight over Firmino’s head just into the danger zone which ultimately did the trick.
Just funny because it’s Sherwood, to be honest.
My new approach to any argument ever…. pic.twitter.com/ORAe9QRmiR
– Ben Webb (@BenWebbLFC) December 17, 2020
Presumably, this is the very moment when Mourinho said that the “best team lost”.
How to win an argument: a quick sidelong glance, a smirk, a half-laugh like “I’m sorry for you,” walk away.
Out of your pop Jose, go distract your fans from your boring football with more hypocrisy towards the media.