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Roberto Firmino posts Snapchat video from Liverpool coach before Borussia Dortmund clash.

Roberto Firmino posts Snapchat video from Liverpool coach before Borussia Dortmund clash

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Liverpool fans lined the streets outside Anfield and greeted their players like heroes ahead of this evening’s Europa League clash against Borussia Dortmund.

Videos of excited supporters chanting hours before kick-off have done the rounds on social media and now, thanks to Roberto Firmino, we’re able to see how it all looked from the players’ perspective.

The Brazilian uploaded a 10-second video from inside the Liverpool coach of the fans in the street and you can watch it by scrolling down this page.

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Thousands of fans were in the street chanting ‘Liverpool!’ - it almost looks as if the Reds have already won the Europa League and this was the trophy parade.

You have to admirer the passion of the Anfield faithful and it promises to be a magnificent atmosphere inside the ground this evening.

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Video: Firmino's Snapchat

Origi starts for Liverpool

The two-legged tie is delicately poised at 1-1 ahead of last week’s match at Signal Iduna Park.

Divock Origi, after scoring in the first leg, starts again in place of Daniel Sturridge.

Will Liverpool beat Borussia Dortmund this evening? Post your score predictions in the comments below.

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Topics:
Steven Gerrard
Europa League
Football
Liverpool
Premier League
Borussia Dortmund

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