Liverpool were arguably favourites to lift the UEFA Europa League when they faced Sevilla in the final three years ago, but alas it wasn’t to be.
I’ll be honest, it was a particularly unremarkable game of football from the Reds with the only thing I’ve allowed myself to remember is Daniel Sturridge’s sublime consolation goal which was good enough to win a final on its own.
How many of the starting XI on that day can you actually name right now? Where do you think they are? I’m going to answer that question with this here article.
The Belgian goalkeeper remains at Liverpool, but has been reduced to second choice behind Alisson Becker.
Our previous number four left the club at the end of the 2015/16 season to join Celtic and is now a coach at Leicester City.
The hero from that game against Dortmund remains at Anfield, but is now third-choice behind Virgil van Dijk, Joel Matip and Joe Gomez.
The classy right-back is still contracted to the club, spent last season on loan at Bournemouth, and is likely to leave this summer.
The former Sevilla man was allowed to leave Anfield at the end of his contract. Alby now plays for Villarreal.
The German international joined Juventus after his contract at Liverpool wound up.
Our number seven remains at the club and was a big influence in the lads bringing home number six.
Lallana hasn’t had the best luck with injuries, but is still very much a Reds player and will be employed in a deeper, Joe Allen-like role this season.
The Brazilian signed for Barcelona last year for a reported £142million.
The 2019 Copa America winner remains at the club and is a key player.
The man with the moves was allowed to leave the club at the end of his contract this summer, but is yet to sign for a new team.