Liverpool fans ask John W. Henry for Marco Reus signing

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It's safe to say that everyone involved with Liverpool had a fairly enjoyable, yet breathtaking, Thursday night. 

The Reds looked all but out of the Europa League but staged a remarkable comeback to eliminate German outfit Borussia Dortmund. 

Trailing 4-2 on aggregate, Jurgen Klopp's side scored three goals in the final 25 minutes of proceedings at Anfield. 


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It was a truly magnificent display from the Reds, who will now face Spanish outfit Villareal in the semi-final of the competition. 

Following the game, the club's owner, John W. Henry, summed up the occasion with a one-word tweet. 

You can see it here: 

Liverpool fans, who must have been overjoyed after the thrilling contest, duly reacted. It's safe to say that the response to the tweet was rather interesting. 

In fact, Liverpool supporters asked their owner to sign one player: Marco Reus. The German playmaker may well have been on the wrong end of the result on Thursday, but you can see why Reds fans want Klopp to secure the signature of his former player. 

Reus scored Dortmund's third goal on Merseyside and clearly impressed the Liverpool faithful. 

Here are the best tweets from Liverpool fans: 

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