Dog interrupts Sheffield United’s training session by urinating on a cone ahead of match against Liverpool in the Premier League.
Liverpool have been extremely dominant in the Premier League this season. Such has been their dominance that despite having played two matches less, they still have a lead of 10 points over Leicester City; who currently sit in 2nd place.
They will face Sheffield United on Thursday night. Considering the task at hand, the squad was put through the pace by Chris Wilder on the grass of Stanley Park. Yes, you read that right. A Premier League side practiced in a public park!
The practice was brought to a hilarious halt after a dog invaded their session to relive himself on one of their cones. The video was even uploaded Sheffield United’s official Twitter account with the caption:
“Just trying to do an activation session in peace.”
Dog interrupts Sheffield United’s training session by urinating on a cone ahead of match against Liverpool
— Sheffield United (@SheffieldUnited) January 2, 2020
Sheffield United training on Stanley Park today before their game against Liverpool tonight…
The annoyingly likeable bastards.
Also a bonus clip of a dog making the players know whose turf they’re on! 😂 https://t.co/bAamnFxITa
— Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) January 2, 2020
The newly promoted side have been a sensation and have most certainly booked their place in the Premier League for the next season. They are currently 7th in the table with 30 points to their names. They have slayed many a giant this season. However, to do so against Liverpool at Anfield will be much more difficult than anything they have done before.
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