Many Leicester fans on Twitter have responded to a club tweet which throws back to the Liverpool and Leicester game from last season.
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In the match, Harry Maguire managed to score the all-important goal to equalise for Leicester as they managed to share the spoils at Anfield.
In the game on January 31, Maguire was effectively the difference between Liverpool winning and not winning the title as they failed to turn their lead from a four-point one into a seven-point one.
Things weren’t going quite as well for Leicester, as they were just 11th in the league at the time under former manager Claude Puel.
It was a snowy night in Liverpool, and many fans might remember Jurgen Klopp complaining about the pitch, saying that it made it “really uncomfortable” for his side to play the football they would have wanted.
Fast-forward 10 months and things have changed a bit for the Foxes. Former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is now at the helm and they sit just two places behind Liverpool, making it a huge game for both sides.
Many Leicester fans responded to the tweet, with some slating Maguire despite the video of him scoring, and others just generally reminisced about a great performance at Anfield.
Here are some of the responses below…
Come on if we can get a point at Anfield under Claude Puel we can win on Saturday
— Joseph Evans Green (@JosephEvansGre4) October 3, 2019
What a waste of a career
— Jimmy Gee (@jimmygee88) October 3, 2019
That’s the only thing he did good for us
— BeastCena752 (@SuperBoyBeast) October 3, 2019
Was a very entertaining night
— Luke Fox (@lukefox1987) October 3, 2019
We played sooo well in this game last season. One of the 2 clubs to take anything from Anfield last season in the PL!
— Kolo Toure Ultra (@Ports_02) October 3, 2019
If offered the same result right now. YES PLEASE
— Nath (@WalshHasScored) October 3, 2019
We dont talk about that man
— Kris Williams (@krislcfc) October 3, 2019
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Now he plays for a mid table team from Manchester
— Andy Kirtley (@Kirtleylcfc) October 3, 2019
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