How Football Fans Are Making Fun of Jurgen Klopp And Allison Becker
By Jeff_ke | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 8623 views
Leicester City staged an astonishing late comeback to beat Liverpool as the Premier League champions collapsed and paid the price for another defensive calamity involving keeper Alisson.
Jurgen Klopp’s men dominated most of the contest and took a deserved lead through Mohamed Salah’s 23rd goal of the season. The Foxes then levelled when VAR overturned an offside decision that had initially ruled out James Maddison’s free kick.
Within minutes, Leicester took the lead through Vardy after Alisson and Kabak had a mix-up and the ball fell to the prolific forward scoring possibly the easiest goal of his career. Barnes finished the game off by firing low past the Liverpool's stopper making it three.
Hilarious memes have been circulating around the internet after The Red's third consecutive loss and below are some that will .make you laugh.
I'm here to remind all Liverpool fans that Klopp brought in Allisson to replace Karius.
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