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Liverpool: Fans vote for Divock Origi’s strike against Barcelona as the Goal of the Decade

Liverpool: Fans vote for Divock Origi’s strike against Barcelona as the Goal of the Decade - Liverpool

Liverpool fans have been voting for their best Goal of the Decade, unanimously selecting Divock Origi’s effort against Barcelona as the pick of the bunch.

Eloquently described as the ‘Anfield Miracle‘, the Reds 4-0 win against Barcelona will forever be lodged in the memories of supporters after a stunning second-leg comeback that saw them go on to win the Champions League last season.

Jurgen Klopp’s side were 3-0 down going into the match and had a steep uphill ascent to conquer if they were to advance to the final.

Origi had scored the first goal of the evening, and a brace from Georginio Wijnaldum had left the game teetering on the edge of glory and dismay.

Without thinking, an epic glance and quick thinking from Trent Alexander-Arnold saw him take a quick corner to the Belgium international who was unmarked in the penalty area to fire Liverpool ahead on aggregate, which was met by a loud Anfield roar.

Supporters were in full agreement that Origi’s effort with Alexander-Arnold’s genius collectively deserved to win the top prize and made their feelings clear on social media.

Here you will find some of the best comments from Liverpool fans:


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