ARS vs LIV: See Hilarious Pictures Of Kloop During The Match That Has Generated Reaction From Fans
By Views24/7 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 40 views
Liverpool were hosted by Arsenal in a premier league encounter on Wednesday night. Liverpool who have been declared Champions already Started the game on a high note as Sane puts them in front in the 20th minutes after a superb cross from Andy Robertson found it way into the box.
32 mins into the game, self acclaimed best defender in the world Virgil van Dijk commits a terrible mistake at the back which gifted Alexandre Lacazette a perfect opportunity for the equaliser bringing Arsenal level in the game.
44 mins just minutes away from half time Liverpool commits another mistake at the back which Reiss Nelson scored after a crossing from Alexandre Lacazette.
The Liverpool we know since the start of the season will not just hand two goal scoring opportunities like that, it was during this moment that a picture of Jurgen Kloop looking totally confuse surfaced online.
Fans have since been dropping hilarious comment about the picture, here are some of the reactions:
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