Liverpool's rendition of 'You’ll Never Walk Alone' is one of the most iconic football anthems in world football.
Before their beloved players take to the field on Merseyside, the Anfield faithful sing the song with sheer passion in an attempt to inspire their side to victory.
Unsurprisingly, during their Europa League Round of 16 first-leg clash against rivals Manchester United on Thursday night, Kopites produced a remarkable atmosphere throughout proceedings.
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They were certainly in full voice ahead of the contest; their pre-match anthem was nothing short of breathtaking.
And now, thanks to The Redmen TV, fan footage has been released of the rendition.
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Anyway, you can see - and hear - it for yourself here:
Well, on the pitch, Liverpool's players most definitely responded in style; Jurgen Klopp's side were brilliant throughout, easing to a 2-0 victory.
The likes of Roberto Firmino, Adam Lallana and Philippe Coutinho were sublime as they outplayed - and outran - their opponents.
You have to give Klopp a great deal of credit for the victory - his players were raring to go from the first minute and played with passion - while Louis van Gaal's side were clearly lacking in direction.
Klopp was certainly pleased with the victory and admitted that he was relieved his side managed to score the second goal despite heroics from United shot-stopper David De Gea.
Following the game, the Liverpool chief stated, as per The Guardian: “De Gea is an excellent goalkeeper, no surprise there, but we are in a good position now. I don’t think we are through, but after creating so many chances the second goal was important.
“We have not found it easy to make chances against Manchester United in the past but tonight there were a lot. I think 2-0 is a perfect result.
"Everything is OK, nothing to criticise. Tonight we were good from the first minute to the last, and apart from a few minutes in the second half when United changed their system, we controlled the game. It is only the first leg, but we needed to win it, and that’s what we did.”
So, things are most definitely looking up at Liverpool as the season approaches its latter stages. Reds fans will still be hoping to see their manager make a number of signings in the summer, but recent performances prove that there's not as much work to be done as some had previously suggested.
There's a great deal of quality at the club and three or four strong reinforcements in the next transfer window should only help the club in pursuit of long-term success. The future appears to be an exciting one for Liverpool.
Liverpool fans: how many signings do you need this summer? Have your say below!