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Despite Champions League heartbreak, Liverpool celebrate double cup triumph with bus parade

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Despite Champions League heartbreak, Liverpool celebrate double cup triumph with bus parade

Despite Champions League heartbreak, Liverpool celebrate double cup triumph with bus parade

Despite Champions League heartbreak, Liverpool celebrate double cup triumph with bus parade
Despite Champions League heartbreak, Liverpool celebrate double cup triumph with bus parade

Despite Champions League heartbreak, Liverpool celebrate double cup triumph with bus parade

There was a huge turnout for the Reds party that refused to be dampened by the defeat in Paris the night before, Andy Robertson admits he was “dreading” Liverpool’s bus parade celebration on Sunday as Divock Origi joins him in praising fans following the Reds’ Champions League Final heartbreak against Real Madrid.

On Saturday, Jurgen Klopp’s side lost to Los Blancos in Paris in a match marked by off-field issues as much as it was by action at Stade de France.

The defeat marked the end of a season that saw Liverpool miss out on the Premier League and Europe on their final two games. However, Scotland forward Robertson celebrated FA Cup and EFL Cup wins and thanked the fans for lifting the team.

How did Robertson describe the Liverpool fans?

I was a little dreading the parade, but when you get on the bus, you realize that the best fans in the world came out. It lifted our spirits. We will give it our all next year.”

In the back of our minds, we wondered how many people would show up today, but they are the best fans in the world.” It is an honor to represent them.” We have played 63 home and away games this season. We can’t thank them enough.”

What has Origi said prior to leaving Liverpool?

The forward – who played an integral role in the club’s previous Champions League triumph three years ago – is leaving, and is expected to move to Milan.

In paying tribute to the team, club, and supporters he leaves behind, he said: “It’s been a special season.” Being able to witness this type of love even after losing the final. This makes me happy and grateful.

“I will miss these boys very much. I have been here eight years, but I feel my purpose is complete. The club is in good hands, and there is much more to come from this group of players.”

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