Liverpool fans were disappointed to discover that the mural of Trent Alexander-Arnold near Anfield had been vandalised.
The three-story mural was embellished on the side of a terraced house on the corner of Sybil Street, which is situated next to Anfield Road near the stadium.
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Graffiti artist Akse painted the image of the Reds’ youngster and was commissioned by podcast The Anfield Wrap. The mural commemorates the Reds’ Champions League win and brings attention to Fans Supporting Foodbanks.
— Ragnhild Lund Ansnes (@mrs1nil) December 4, 2019
However, the picture defaced with a tag that stated “Kopites” in blue paint and it was condemned by the blue half of the city.
Supporters were not impressed with the act of the opposition fan and made their feelings clear on social media.
Here you will find some of the best comments from Liverpool fans:
Awful. I mean just do your own mural tribute to say Tony Hibbert…
— David Elliott (@Adulttel) December 4, 2019
Such a shame. Happened on the Jürgen Klopp mural as well.
— Taintless Red (@TaintlessRed) December 4, 2019
That’s so childish lol.
— The biased ref (@mainman_mani) December 4, 2019
Shame. When one lad is bigger than a whole club. #disappointing
— Mikeshashimi (@Mikeshashimi) December 4, 2019
— Carl Cordova (@carlcordova3) December 4, 2019
This was grimly predictable, I’m afraid.
— Kent_Conway (@Conway___Tweety) December 4, 2019
Hope this gets sorted.
— ♿Rachel Ellis♿ (@RleEllis) December 4, 2019
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