Manchester United fans didn’t waste any time in trolling Liverpool supporters over their loss to Real Madrid in the Champions League final.
The Spanish giants overcame the English club 3-1 thanks to a brace from Gareth Bale and a goal from Karim Benzema.
Sadio Mane scored for the Reds but it was Loris Karius who stole the headlines after making two costly errors that effectively handed the title to Madrid.
The goalkeeper essentially handed Benzema his goal and spilled Bale’s swerving shot in a night that’s surely one to forget.
While United fans weren’t on Karius’ case specifically, they did enjoy trolling the Liverpool fans who believed a sixth Champions League title was theirs to win.
🤦♂️👀 Since Klopp has been Liverpool manager he has won 0 trophies, spent £336m, Salah has scored 44 goals and he still hasn't finished higher than 4th
At least he gives good hugs.
— Ilir Gjonaj (@ilirgjonaj) May 27, 2018
Klopp 3 years @ Liverpool, PL, 8th, 4th, 4th, lost league & CL cup finals, celebrated home draw with WBA, & only spent 300+ million, genius
— Cantona & Best (@bestcanton7) May 27, 2018
After Liverpool’s season where everyone was lauding them for their brilliant attacking and adventurous play they’ve won exactly what we did.
Nothing. End of.
— Sav 🏴 🇾🇪 (@jonmikesav8) May 27, 2018
Liverpool this season paid £75M for Van Dijk, and acquired one of the best players in the world this season, yet finished 1 point less off than last season in the league and no trophy to show for it. But it’s Manchester United who haven’t progressed. #MUFC
— MUFC_Source_ (@MUFC_Source_) May 27, 2018
Liverpool have been praised all season long for their attacking football while Jose Mourinho has been blamed for the dire football being played at Old Trafford.
For all the criticism the Portuguese manager has at least a few trophies to his name while Jurgen Klopp has yet to show anything for his efforts.
Reds’ supporters must start to become concerned with the German boss’ terrible record in finals but for United fans it was a huge sigh of relief to see their rivals lose.