Plenty of Liverpool fans have responded to James Milner’s tweet following Wednesday night’s defeat to Atletico de Madrid in the Champions League.
Milner joined the Reds back in July 2015 from Manchester City and has since gone on to win the Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, and Club World Cup with the Merseyside outfit (Transfermarkt) – making 145 appearances and scoring 19 goals in the process.
The reigning European Champions lost 4-2 on aggregate after Atleti’s Fernando Llorente scored twice in injury time – followed by a third goal from Alvaro Morata to seal Atletico’s place in the quarter-finals.
In the aftermath of Liverpool’s defeat, the 34-year-old took to Twitter to share his thoughts on the game after many felt that Liverpool deserved to progress in the competition after their impressive performance – some fans felt that the loss will help the Reds’ form, whilst others were proud of the players and their performance.
— James Milner (@JamesMilner) March 12, 2020
Have a look at some of our favourite responses below…
This should bring all our players down to earth now. We were flying up there for way too long and some gotten way over their head. Time to regroup and have a look at ourselves. We go again !!!!
— Hairy Macancheese (@macncheese065) March 12, 2020
And we're proud of you being a part of it. What a performance last night. Boss!
— Daniel Sichlau (@DanielSichlau) March 12, 2020
Can you play in net mate?
— Keanu (27-1-1) (@keanu_lfc_17) March 12, 2020
Love you, James. Gave it your all yesterday.
— – (@AnfieldRd96) March 12, 2020
heads up, milner! you lads were amazing, best display in a while. we were unlucky, but we'll go again! 🔴
— ⓚⓐⓣⓨ (@lfcyerms) March 12, 2020
You gave it everything and as supporters we cannot ask for more than that!
— St John Handclap (@StJohnHandclap) March 12, 2020
Liverpool fans, how did you feel about the game Wednesday night? Join the discussion and let us know in the comments down below!
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