Liverpool fans fly a plane over Manchester United training location in Perth with a message on a banner about their recent European success.
Manchester United are on a pre-season tour in Australia, and when the Red Devils were training at WACA, a private airplane flew over with a message ‘Liverpool FC 6 x European champions’.
The message adds a pinch of a salt to the current miseries of Manchester United, who are going through a rough phase. Meanwhile, their fiercest rival are on a glorious run after more than a decade.
The Reds won the Champions league title after winning with a 2-0 lead in the regular time against Tottenham Hotspurs.
Here is the video
Liverpool fans have chosen an unsubtle way to gatecrash mufc’s training session here in Perth today pic.twitter.com/Bz8jplHULl
— Paul Hirst (@hirstclass) July 11, 2019
Over here, Liverpool fans are boasting their Champions league supremacy over Manchester United, as the Red Devils have only won three Champions league title in comparison to six won by the Reds.
Furthermore, Manchester United have not even qualified for the next edition of the Champions league, after they finished sixth in the domestic league to be ruled out of the apex European competition.
Whereas, Liverpool missed winning the Premier league title by a point to Manchester City, or it would not have been less than a nightmare coming true.
To emerge from poor state, the Red Devils are looking forward to hire their targets this summer to bolster their squad ahead of the next season.
The English giants have already signed Daniel James from Swansea, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka, who came on an expensive transfer from Crystal Palace.
However, with the probability of risking of losing the key players from the squad. The Red Devils are going to have a rough time soon to fix their problems.
How twitter reacted
Arrived at United open training in Perth. Someone has paid for a plane to fly over with a banner saying “Liverpool FC European champions”.
— Rob Dawson (@RobDawsonESPN) July 11, 2019
A Liverpool fan was spotted flying this banner over Man United's temporary training ground in Perth.
Let the fume commence in 3…2…1… pic.twitter.com/X0mgGq3R3h
— Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) July 11, 2019
Manchester United will face Perth Glory in the first friendly match during their pre-season tour in Australia.