Liverpool Under-18 starlet Bobby Duncan sent a hilarious reply to Chelsea’s official Twitter account after the Reds’ sensational win on Sunday.
Mohamed Salah followed up Sadio Mane’s headed goal with a superb strike two minutes later.
The goal put the tie out of reach for the Egyptian winger’s former club as Liverpool ran out 2-0 winners.
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Earlier in the day the Londoners Twitter account sent a tweet showing Steven Gerrard’s infamous slip in the fixture from April 2014.
The caption read: “Did someone say Liverpool v Chelsea?”
After Jurgen Klopp’s side won, Duncan – who is Gerrard’s cousin – retweeted the post with the witty caption: “Safe trip back to London”.
Safe trip back to London https://t.co/Y74d1riDwS
— Bobby Duncan (@bobbyduncan999) April 14, 2019
The tweet has proved a viral hit among Reds supporters, receiving over 10,000 and 45,000 likes within 15 hours of the upload.
Kop icon Luis Garcia also trolled Maurizio Sarri’s club in a tweet on Sunday morning.
The Spaniard shared a picture of his famous ‘ghost goal’ from 2005 with a caption which read: “Did someone say Liverpool vs Chelsea?”
Did someone say Liverpool vs Chelsea ?
— Luis Garcia (@LuchoGarcia14) April 14, 2019