Liverpool fan trolls Manchester City on Wikipedia

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Liverpool's 4-1 hammering of Manchester City at the Etihad took everybody by surprise. Jurgen Klopp's side produced the perfect display to sweep aside the mega-rich Blues, in one of the shocks of the season.

Roberto Firmino and Philippe Coutinho put on a clinic in attacking midfield as the Citizen's were unable to contain the tricky Brazilian duo.

And one Liverpool supporter has taken to Wikipedia to troll the two-time Premier League champions following their embarrassing home defeat.


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On the City of Manchester Stadium page, a cheeky Reds fan changed the name of the ground to the 'Liverpool U19 training ground'.

They also changed the owner and operator of the stadium from Manchester City Council and Manchester City F.C. to Jurgen Klopp and Roberto Firmino.

And to top it all off, they added a description that read: As of 22/11/2015, it has been renamed as Liverpool FC U19 Training Ground in honour of the utter humiliation suffered by the Manchester City first team at the hands of the Liverpool FC first team.


It was a result that not even the most optimistic Liverpool fan could have predicted, but there is no deny it was thoroughly deserved. 

From start to finish, Klopp's men looked the more eager and determined side and taught their opponents a harsh lesson.

Having been at the club for six weeks, it was the biggest sign that the German's philosophies are rubbing off on the players and clubs at the top of the table will be looking over their shoulders.

Liverpool's home form is still a concern following the defeat to Crystal Palace, but they have a chance to put that right against Swansea City next weekend.

When was the last time you saw Liverpool play that well? Let us know by leaving a comment below

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