Liverpool lost 2-0 to Leicester last night, and it was totally deserved.
If you told us at the start of the season that one of the sides taking part in this fixture would be three points clear at the top of the Premier League in February, we’d have bitten your hand off – but bizarrely – it’s Claudio Ranieri’s side.
Liverpool sit in 8th and any dreams of a top four finish look long, long gone.
Here’s how fans reacted last night.
Liverpool a club that signs players from mid table teams then wonder why they finish mid table
— Moley (@Moley_LFC) February 3, 2016
Liverpool, a mid table side who want champions league football, spend money like a top 4 club on non champions league players. The truth — Gar (@G00000000000007) February 2, 2016
Never thought supporting Liverpool would mean supporting a mid table team
— AdaM (@_adam_VIII_) February 2, 2016
Jordan Henderson is Liverpool captain and we’ve still got people expecting us to be a top four side. Mid table side at best these days — ‘Ali Birmingham’ (@AliBirmingham10) February 2, 2016
Another typical Liverpool performance, boring and embarrassing to watch
— Alex Nicholson (@alexnicholson19) February 2, 2016
I don’t know if Klopp would have come to Liverpool if he knew the shower of shite he would have had to manage. — @rinit31 (@rinit31) February 3, 2016
Worst Liverpool team i’ve seen in my whole life, that’s what happens when you sell key players every season and replace them with shite
— Andy Backhouse (@DJAndyBackhouse) February 2, 2016
Dunno what the answer is but I’d start with sacking Edwards, Fallows and Hunter for their part in assembling this crap Liverpool squad. — Sean (@shornKOOMINS) February 2, 2016
I’m gonna say it love Liverpool till I die but this team is horrible , crap goalie , awful defence and a 32.5 m striker who won’t shoot
— Gav Melling (@gavmelling) February 2, 2016
Dreadful 2nd half performance from Liverpool today. Kind of wish I stayed at work the full day instead of leaving early to watch this crap.
— Ryan Horne (@ryanhorne1028) February 2, 2016