Video showing Fabinho emotionally belting the YNWA song after beating Barca 4-0 has emerged. You can see what that meant to him.
Liverpool are the reigning European Champions and current leaders in the Premier League; a far cry from where they were Jurgen Klopp had taken reigns of the side. However, through well thought out signings and brilliant on-field tactics, the side have a whole new look now.
Despite being the Champions League finalists a year before, not many would have thought Liverpool would reach the final again; let alone win it. Especially after going down 3-0 in the first leg against Barcelona in the Semi-Finals.
However, Liverpool surpassed all expectations. They won the match 4-0 to go through with the overall score 4-3 in their favour. The staunchest of pessimists had become believers. There was no stopping now. The significance of the night can be seen in the new footage showing Fabinho being moved to tears while celebrating the victory.
Video showing Fabinho emotionally belting the YNWA song after beating Barca 4-0 has emerged
After the unlikeliest of comebacks in football history, both Liverpool and their fans belted out ‘You’ll never walk alone’. Fabinho, one of Liverpool’s architects of the fantastic season can be seen in the video standing alongside compatriot Roberto Firmino.
The pair share a laugh as they sing the song. Fabinho then passionately punches the air at the end of the anthem. That is the look of a man who always believed that it was possible and is now soaking in his vindication.
Still can’t watch this without crying. You can actually see Fabinho falling in love with the club in this moment 😍 https://t.co/XPctR6m8wM
— Caro Rosso (@limerance) November 15, 2019
This just goes to show how much playing for Liverpool means to their players. If the fans thought they had already seen the best of their team, this here is just another reason for them to love Liverpool. Could there be an encore if Liverpool win their maiden Premier League title this season?
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