Liverpool Fans Set Off Fireworks In Front Of Real Madrid’s Hotel At 2am

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    Liverpool Fans took to Real Madrid’s hotel as early as 2am to set off fireworks at their hotel on Merseyside just before the Champions League clash between the two clubs.

    The Spanish juggernauts came to Merseyside on Monday and checked into the Innside Liverpool Hotel, but their sleep was interrupted in the wee hours.

    On the eve of the big game, fireworks are seen being set off nearby in a video that was shared online in an evil attempt to awaken the Real Madrid players.

    Fireworks that lasted longer than 30 seconds looked to have been fired immediately outside the building’s entryway.

    This ploy is frequently used by fans, especially before significant games. Liverpool supporters pulled the same stunt in 2019 before their historic 4-0 victory over Barcelona at Anfield.

    Real Madrid, a team with a wealth of experience, was unlikely to be affected by the joke. But they were having a difficult season when they arrived in England for the game. Hence, the scene was expected to affect them.

    They are eight points behind Barcelona in LaLiga and, like Liverpool, have struggled in the league since their Champions League final between the Spanish side and the Premier league side which Real Madrid won 1-0.

    Jurgen Klopp found it so difficult to watch the final again as he described it as a proper torture. “It was proper torture because we played a good game and could have won – and that’s the decisive word because we could but didn’t because they scored and we didn’t. That’s the decisive reason”, he revealed on Monday.

    “We saw how experienced Madrid is and how little they are fussed by the fact when the other team has chances.”

    “They don’t lose confidence in one second, they know ‘our chance will come’ and they defend with legs. That’s what you can learn from them, definitely.”

    “So somebody told me – and I don’t even know if it was true or not – that Carlo said after the final Liverpool knew exactly what they would face,’ said Klopp. ‘I watched the game back, knowing exactly what we will do and we had to win this game.”

    “We didn’t and the one reason was we didn’t score and we conceded but apart from that we should have won the game.”

    Crazy Liverpool Fans Set Off Fireworks In Front Of Real Madrid's Hotel At 2am

    “But Carlo is the most relaxed manager I met in my life, one of the best people you could meet; a fantastic humble person, super-smart and nice.”

    Despite the explosions at 2am, perhaps the renown Italian’s cheery disposition was not put to the test.

    How Liverpool Lost To Real Madrid Despite Fireworks

    Liverpool was destroyed by ruthless Real Madrid at Anfield, leaving them with a difficult challenge to maintain their Champions League aspirations.

    Real, the current champions and the team who defeated Liverpool in the season’s final in Paris, were the first European team to score five goals at Anfield despite falling down 2-0 early on as Liverpool made a spectacular start to the round of 16 match.

    Four minutes in, Darwin Nunez’s beautiful flick gave Liverpool the lead, and ten minutes later, Mohamed Salah capitalized on Thibaut Courtois’ shoddy clearance to give Liverpool a two-goal lead.

    Liverpool’s fans, who had raised a flag bearing the slogan “Uefa Liars” and loudly jeered the Champions League anthem to express their rage over being erroneously held responsible for the chaos at the previous season’s final, had their thunderous celebrations effectively put to an end on Tuesday night.

    Liverpool’s goalkeeper Alisson, followed Courtois’ example and hacked a clearance right at the Brazilian, gripping his head in agony as the ball looped behind him into the net in front of an incredulous Kop. While Vinicius Junior’s magnificent 21st-minute goal restored parity.

    Real took the lead two minutes after the break when Eder Militao headed in Luka Modric’s free-kick, altering the entire focus of the game.

    As Karim Benzema’s drive was deflected in by Joe Gomez, Real had established their lead. The French striker then coolly added a fifth goal following more masterful work by the immortal Modric.

    Liverpool has previously staged impressive comebacks, but it would be absolutely remarkable if they were to do so at the Bernabeu in March.

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