The weather was so grim last night, the Anfield Main Stand began leaking!
A section of the roof came down in the second-half, leaving a number of fans wet through.
A fan captured the footage you’ll see below, and added his own commentary for good measure (via the Echo).
“It was a few rows behind us and the downpour started about five minutes from the end of the game,” he began.
“I think the people directly underneath, if they hadn’t got off, would have got soaked.
“It went right the way down the roof. As I was coming out of the game I was walking down the steps by the press box all the laptops were getting drenched.
“There was a fella behind me who thought the roof was going to come in because of the weight of the water.
“We are paying the dearest prices, I know it is like a building site at the minute, but we shouldn’t have to be put up with that,” he continued.
“I just hope it doesn’t rain on Sunday.
“I don’t know what they will do, it wasn’t just coming in from one place, it was coming in everywhere.”
Ongoing construction work has likely caused the issued, with the Anfield redevelopment only pausing for home matches.
The stand should be completely ready for the 2016/17 season, and the Daily Mail report that it will net us an extra £25m in annual income.
Perhaps some of that can be used to stop fans getting wet in the meantime – as the bad weather is likely only just beginning.