The Liverpool fans in the Transfer Tavern have been sharing their love for Dirk Kuyt after he played in the 5-5 draw between Liverpool and Bayern Munich’s legends game on Saturday. Kuyt opened the scoring in the goal-laden game as he opened the scoring after just five minutes. The Dutchman made his comments whilst in an interview for Liverpool’s website after the game.
The 37-year-old retired last year after captaining Feyenoord to the Eredivisie following a stellar career that saw him make over 280 appearances for Liverpool, scoring 71 goals in his time at Anfield. Following his departure from Anfield in 2012 after a six-year spell on Merseyside, it was clear how much the legendary Dutchman enjoyed his return to Liverpool as he scored once again for the club with a terrific header.
The Liverpool fans have a strong connection with their former player and made their feelings for Kuyt known on Twitter as the fan pined over their former player. It was a day for all to celebrate as the fans had a chance to admire and reminisce over some of the club’s most legendary players, Kuyt lined up with ex-teammates Steven Gerrard, Jamie Carragher and Luis Garcia for the match and the flying Dutchman will have savoured every minute of the fantastic game.
You can read the Liverpool fans’ reaction to Kuyt here:
— ELrey Khaled (@khaledblack1) 25 March 2018
I kinda miss that guy alot……
— Kikie (@Kikie9111) 26 March 2018
Dirk Kurt truly is a legend just like watching him when he played for us a few years back 110% effort and always a smile on his face
— Chris Harris (@cjhwales) March 25, 2018
Love Dirk Kuyt
Sadie Mane is his modern day equivelant
Mo Salah is Ian Rush and Bobby is King Kenny
How does that sound
— Ken Nye (@k1nye) March 25, 2018
World class player
— ㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤً (@FirminoSZN) March 25, 2018
— RestlessRobbo (@KebabKieran) 25 March 2018
Kuyt used to be our Mane that used ti have so much pace
— Kiddoweirdo (@kiddoMustafa) March 25, 2018
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