Liverpool fans react to what Man City fans were singing after two minutes vs Spurs


Liverpool fans would have been tuning into Monday Night Football fairly relaxed.

The Reds did their job on Saturday - beating Cardiff 4-1 - to go three points clear of Manchester City at the top of the table.

They could sit back and watch as Pep Guardiola’s side travelled to Wembley to take on Tottenham.

What was the best result for Liverpool?

A draw? A Spurs win?

Whatever they wanted, those Liverpool fans tuning into the clash at Wembley all heard what Man City fans were signing after just two minutes.

Liverpool made the ‘Allez, Allez, Allez’ chant famous during their run to the Champions League final last season but, with help of Gary Neville, rival fans have come up with their own version.

It goes:

“All the way to Kiev,
“To end up in defeat,
“Crying in the stands,
“And battered in the streets,
“Ramos injured salah,
“Victims of it all,
“Sterling won the double,
“And the scousers won f*** all,
“Allez Allez Allez.”

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Singing it against Liverpool - fair enough.

Singing it after two minutes in north London against Spurs?

Well, Liverpool fans weren't impressed.


Check out the reaction:

Shortly after singing about Liverpool, City fans were celebrating taking the lead.

Raheem Sterling’s brilliant work saw him roll the ball back to Riyad Mahrez, who finished easily.

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A win for City would put them back above Liverpool on goal difference and leave Spurs five points behind the pair.

When asked about the three-point gap Liverpool had opened up ahead of City's clash with Spurs, manager Jurgen Klopp joked it felt like 20 points.

“The number of points makes a massive difference because the difference between 23 and 26 points feels like 20 points, pretty much! But it’s only three, so it’s really important to stay on track," Klopp said.

“We will all meet each other and stuff like that, so it’s unbelievable that five or six clubs have such a big number of points – it makes it only even more intense. It’s good for the people and the supporters of all the different clubs."

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