Liverpool fans are hoping boss Jurgen Klopp has that magic touch to bring them their first league title for 19 years.
And after the loss to Wolverhampton in the FA Cup, the German gaffer may have revealed he does indeed have special powers, The Sun reports.
TV footage appears to capture Klopp bringing in Xherdan Shaqiri in for a hug before making him disappear.
It of course is (probably) a trick of the angles — but it left football fans convinced that the 51-year-old must have a “magic coat” and the mystery went viral online as footage of the disappearing act racked up more than two million views.
As Shaqiri disappeared into it, teammate Fabinho came out — leaving people to admit to being “tripped out” after seeing it.
Check out the video below to see why the internet is freaking out.
Chris Stark posted on Twitter that he “can’t stop watching”, while Finn MacLean wrote that “Klopp is magic”.
Another mentioned the famous “now you see me, now you don’t” phrase, while Steven Tilley added that “Klopp turned Shaqiri into Fabinho”.
John Goymer wrote that “Klopp has powers”, and Vinnat Kumarr asks: “What witchcraft is this?”
Colin Campbell had a sly dig at one of Liverpool’s under-performers on the night, when he posted: “Should have done it with Moreno”.
And Liverpool fan “Peter” wanted to know why Klopp “couldn’t magic us into the next round”.
That’s because there was a distinct lack of magic on the pitch as Liverpool slumped to a 2-1 defeat to exit the FA Cup at the third round stage.
The Premier League leaders paid the price for fielding a weakened side as they were knocked out by Wolves.
The Merseysiders fell behind to a Raul Jimenez goal on the break in the 38th minute, the Mexican firing home confidently after Diogo Jota robbed James Milner.
Belgian forward Divock Origi brought Liverpool, seven-time FA Cup winners, level in the 51st minute with a well-placed effort from the edge of the area.
But Wolves grabbed the winner four minutes later when Ruben Neves struck a superb low drive from 30 yards out.
An under-strength Liverpool had three teenagers on the pitch for the majority of the match and were unable to strike when it mattered, but Shaqiri still thought his team deserved more from the encounter.
“Of course, we are disappointed after this game because we lost, first of all, but I think we didn’t deserve this result because we tried to play football,” he told the club’s official website.
“We tried to come back. We tried everything until the end and you cannot say the attitude wasn’t there until the last minute — we tried everything.
“Sometimes you need luck also and the free kick was very unlucky. I saw the ball inside already, but it never went in.
“We obviously had a lot of young players and a lot of players in who didn’t play for a long time.
“We wanted to win this game to go to the next round, but the FA Cup is like this, you lose the game and you are out.
“So, we close this game now and are looking forward to the weekend and the Premier League.”
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