Nat Phillips reveals funny story about winding up Man City fan when Liverpool won the title

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Liverpool defender Nat Phillips has revealed a funny story about winding up one of his Stuttgart teammates last season when the Reds won the Premier League title.

The player in question, Philipp Klement, is apparently a Manchester City fan, and the Bolton born centre-half made sure he knew who the new champions were.

Speaking to Daily Mail journalist Dom King, Phillips said he’d often sit next to the Stuttgart midfielder and once Liverpool were confirmed as the 2019/20 title holders, he took his chance to rub salt in the wound.

When the lads officially won the League last year, I was still in Germany. I drove into the Stuttgart training ground blasting ‘YNWA’ from the car. Philipp Klement, who used to sit next to me, was a Man City fan so I wanted to make sure he knew what had happened,” said the Reds defender.

Phillips has taken on a much more involved role this season than he’d have anticipated

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Phillips has taken on a lot more responsibility this season than anyone could have expected, with devastating injuries to Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip.

Most recently, the 23-year-old put in a monstrous performance against RB Leipzig in the Champions League as Liverpool cruised to a 4-0 aggregate victory.

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  1. Forever in Manchester City’s shadow, you has beens are an embarrassment to English football, you only won the league title and Champions League because you were help by the FA and UEFA by them weaponising VAR, earlier this season Klipperty Klopp was publicly crying about Man United getting all the penalty calls. Liverpool and Man United have no honour or sportsmanship. Both clubs are stone wall guilty of diving antics to win matches. You’re a disgrace to the Sport and to England. Liverpool worse, violently attacking opposing clubs buses, fan base arranging fights with rival European Clubs, crying about one sporting disaster while causing another sporting disaster, hacking rival clubs scouting databases, the list goes on and on and on.

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