The coronavirus pandemic has put a hold to the season and Liverpool’s inevitable Premier League title win for now, yet some supporters are choosing the moment to reflect on what has been an incredible campaign.
Let’s do something while we are all stuck inside. 🤔
Starting with what’s your favourite moment watching Liverpool this season? #LFC
— Anfield Press (@AnfieldPress) March 25, 2020
From setting record after record to beating Manchester City and Manchester United at Anfield in stunning fashion, Liverpool have been top draw entertainment this season as they currently stand just two wins away from their first league title in 30 years, yet picking a favourite moment is a tough one.
But some supporters on social media have been doing just that after Twitter account Anfield Press posed the question as to what has been fans favourite moment of the season, with answers ranging from different games to different levels of emotion.
Here’s what a few Liverpool fans had to say on Twitter…
Match vs Leicester. Pretty much everything clicked in that match.
— Evgnony (@evgnony) March 25, 2020
This, knew we’d won the league then because pep was rattled. That’s when I realised nothing will stop us pic.twitter.com/SkUhXoPjJa
— FullTimePund1t (@FootBallPund1t) March 25, 2020
When I was at the Leicester game at Anfield waiting for the penalty to be confirmed. Then Milner scoring it and celebrated with my son. Just the emotions of not knowing if it was given to the jubilation of seeing a late winner.
— Kenny Rawlings (@rawlings_kenny) March 25, 2020
Must be when I took my boy (15) to his first ever game at Anfield. In August vs Arsenal. Awesome warm-up at @Hotel_Tia with @JamieWebster94 in hot, beautiful summer weather. Great win and THAT flick from Firmino on Ceballos 🙂 #YNWA #LFC
— Per Kopperdal (@perkopp) March 25, 2020
— 🔴Andy🔴 (@amdlfc91) March 25, 2020
That comeback against Villa.
Key for the rest of the season and one of the main reasons one day the kings will be crowned 😍
— Diego (@LFCLeno) March 25, 2020
With nine games of the season left to play, Liverpool will be hoping to make more memorable moments on the pitch with history inches from their fingertips.