Liverpool Honour Roberto Firmino And His Wife Larissa After His Final Match At Anfield

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Roberto Firmino of Liverpool was given an honorary guard after playing his last match at Anfield stadium during the weekend.

After the Liverpool Vs Aston Villa clash, the Brazilian returned to the pitch ceremoniously to receive praises from the club’s fans for one last time in what was like a movie sight at the Liverpool home ground.

As Roberto Firmino stepped out for his farewell ceremony, his teammates and head coach formed a well-deserved guard of honor for him.

Roberto Firmino was given a guard of honor by his Liverpool teammates and coach

Roberto Firmino, the Liverpool hitman spoke out about his eighth years stint at the club as the Reds bid farewell to the incredible player.

The Brazil international took to this Instagram page to share the adorable moment alongside his wife Larissa, other family members, friends, and relatives.

Firmino’s freewheeling and selfless performance has made him a fan favorite since he first joined the club in 2015.

He was crucial in Jurgen Klopp‘s rejuvenation of Liverpool, which resulted in the club’s sixth European Cup and the conclusion of a 30-year drought for a league title.

Roberto Firmino scores a stoppage-time goal against Aston Villa

The 31-year-old took the time to scrutinize his Liverpool career, he said; “In the beginning, when I arrived, it was hard to adapt to the climate, the football, everything.

“As for every player, it’s the same. But thank you, God, we achieved everything here, we won everything together”.

He added; “Without my teammates, my family, and the manager, you cannot do this. I’m very proud of the history, for everything we achieved together”.

Overall, Firmino’s time at Liverpool has been impressive. He had a significant impact on the club’s history and was a fan favorite. Fans will be sad to see Firmino go, but they can’t wait to see what he accomplishes in the future.

Roberto Firmino, a Liverpool legend, took his loved ones on a VIP tour of Anfield in the club’s bus after his last goodbye.

Roberto Firmino with his wife, friends, and relatives

The 31-year-old Brazilian played his final home game in front of the Reds fans on Saturday afternoon 20th of May, and he made sure he scored an injury-time equalizer against Aston Villa.

A little over a day later, he was getting all dolled up in front of his Cheshire home for an extra-special journey on Liverpool’s staff bus.

He was there with his family, including his wife Larissa, and their children.

Roberto Firmino with his wife Larissa

Many close relatives and friends were also seen boarding the bus for the private exclusive tour.

Firmino was in a good mood as he posed for selfies with interested observers who had come out to see him and the massive Liverpool bus.

He also obliged fans waiting patiently by the carriage to get an autograph by signing his name.

Firmino’s tenure at Liverpool was commemorated with a formal dinner.

Firmino has decided to leave Liverpool after an incredible eight years with the club.

Over the course of 361 games for Liverpool, Firmino has notched up 110 goals and 79 assists.

The Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup, and Carabao Cup are just some of the titles Firmino won with the Merseyside club.

What’s next for Roberto Firmino?

Roberto Firmino
Roberto Firmino with other teammates set to depart Liverpool

The 31-year-old will welcome new challenges as he will be on the outlook for a new club. Meanwhile, reports claimed that Firmino has been linked with a move to FC Barcelona.

Who’s Roberto Firmino?

Roberto Firmino

Roberto Firmino Barbosa de Oliveira is a Brazilian professional football player who plays as a forward for Brazil’s national team and Premier League club Liverpool.

Roberto Firmino’s age;

Firmino was born on the 2nd of October, 1991, in Maceió, Brazil.

Roberto Firmino’s career;

Roberto Firmino

His career began in 2009 with Figueirense, and he left after 4 and a half years to join 1899 Hoffenheim.

In the 2013–14 Bundesliga season, he scored 16 times in just 33 appearances and was named the league’s Breakthrough Player.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has called Firmino the “engine” of the team’s counter-pressing approach since Firmino joined the club in July 2015.

Firmino has also received praise for his inventiveness, goal-scoring ability, and work ethic.

He won the UEFA Champions League in 2018–19, the UEFA Super Cup in 2019–20, the FIFA Club World Cup in 2020–21 (after scoring the game-winning goal in the championship match), and the Premier League in 2020–21, he has an FA Cup to his name along with Liverpool.

Firmino first appeared for Brazil in a national team match in November of 2014. He competed in the FIFA World Cup in 2018, the Copa America in 2015, 2019, and 2021, and the Olympic Games in 2016.

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