Liverpool supporters consider their season over after drawing Real Madrid in the Champions League knockout stage.
Liverpool fans are already writing their team’s chances off after the Reds were drawn against holders Real Madrid in the Champions League round of 16.
After finishing second in their group, Jurgen Klopp’s side were faced with the possibility of being drawn against one of Bayern Munich, Porto, Benfica and Real Madrid.
Just a mere six months on from their heartbreaking 1-0 defeat in last season’s final, they will be up against Madrid again, this time in the round of 16.
Klopp may have turned doubters into believers but their current form has got the Anfield faithful fearing for the worst.
One fan simply said: “Season Over.”
Another added: “So we are f****d…”
A third fan added: “It was fun while it lasted lads.”
Trent is being owned, a rival fan tweeted.
Liverpool had more opportunities and largely controlled the Paris final in May. But Madrid had a brilliant goalkeeper in Thibaut Courtois, who repeatedly stopped Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.
Vinicius Junior’s long-range goal was sufficient for Carlo Ancelotti’s team to lift the trophy.
Liverpool has not had the same appearance since being defeated by the Spanish powerhouses. After a terrible start to the season in which they lost to teams like Nottingham Forest and Leeds United recently, they are currently ranked eighth in the Premier League table.
However, they appeared to have turned a corner after defeating Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 on Sunday night to follow up their Champions League victory over Napoli in the previous week. Liverpool’s victory over Spurs was their first Premier League triumph away from home this year.
Klopp said following the game: “Winning here is incredibly difficult. We must always demonstrate a defensive mindset and commitment. When we give up a goal, we must demonstrate that we are not being hit too hard. That was good tonight.
“I didn’t want to give in, but I felt the response was positive. We are in a phase; this is not the beginning or anything like that [of a recovery]. But tonight, we were only able to score three points, and that’s a huge accomplishment.
In February, the Champions League round of 16 will be played. Liverpool supporters will be hoping that by then, players like Luis Diaz, Diogo Jota, and Joel Matip will all be healthy and prepared to make a comeback. In addition, they will be hoping for some new additions during the January transfer window.