Four games. Three wins. Zero losses. Seven goals scored.
I think it’s fair to say we’ve owned Liverpool this season, probably for the first time in any of our lifetimes. We’ve been a thorn in their side, disrupted their season made dominated their nightmares.
And Angelo Ogbonna’s 121st minute winner against the Reds at the Boleyn Ground on Monday night was the icing on the cake of our domination over Jurgen Klopp’s side this term.
Poor Liverpool fans must be sick to death of us by now, especially given it’s normally them owning us season after season. But this year it was our turn, and we’ve loved every minute of it.
However, the best thing about it is the way Reds fans are extremely happy about not having to play us again. So much so it appears it’s one of the only positives they’re taking from their latest defeat to Slaven Bilic’s men.
It’s not often we hear Liverpool fans saying this about us…
Thank god we don't have to deal with West Ham again this season I have had enough of playing against them
— Jake Hannah (@jakehannah_) February 9, 2016
Absolutely sick of west ham!thankfully we dont play them the rest of the year
— Michael (@The_Red8_LFC) February 9, 2016
Im sick of west ham
— AllLFC (@_AllLFC) February 9, 2016
I'm sick of West Ham beating us this season, what is this? Can we actually destroy them to shut their fans up?
— Only LFC (@remainsLFC) February 9, 2016
We still can't beat West Ham… What the hell do we have to do to beat them, ffs. Typical 120' equalizer though… unlucky (as always) #LFC
— Paul Staples (@paulstaples4) February 10, 2016
Thanks god we don't have to play West Ham again this season. Benteke and Mignolet need to leave NOW but Studge is back. Only positive. #lfc
— AGT (@alexgildeatrott) February 9, 2016
At least we don't have to play West Ham again this season!! #LFC
— Jean-Paul (@Japes21) February 9, 2016
Meanwhile, we’re just sitting here like…
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