Liverpool fans were highly complimentary of the high level of support at the club on Twitter this week, as it was announced that they had sold out yet another home game at Anfield.
Liverpool’s youngsters enjoyed that famous Anfield atmosphere to its full capacity last night in their Carabao Cup tie against Arsenal. Anfield’s current capacity is just over 54,000, and the club announced plans to expand their home fortress in August.
The Reds players have been treated to a fully stocked Anfield in their Premier League games so far and things were no different on Wednesday night despite the relative status and importance of the competition.
Fans on Twitter saluted the Reds’ superb continuous support when it was announced that yet another game had sold out, with some keen to remind Manchester City fans about their supposedly superior fanbase.
Some of the best reactions from fans can be seen in the tweets below.
— LFC Champions League and Super Cup Champs 2019 (@appydaze70) October 30, 2019
We’re selling out league cup games while city are hiring fans to turn up at champions league games
— Elliott Purcell (@ElliottPurcell2) October 30, 2019
The young Boys will be hyped.. what a feeling this must be. Hope we can smash Arsenal
— Piia (@PiiaMay) October 30, 2019
Top effort by our fans! #ThisMeansMore
— Tony Edwards (@tonye64) October 30, 2019
Selling out even in league cup?
— Johnson Kripton ? (@Dj_kripton) October 30, 2019
Big opportunity for the young lads
— . (@OxladeRoIe) October 30, 2019
Liverpool fans were clearly more than happy to see yet another game sell-out at Anfield.
What do we think?
It’s impressive that Liverpool fans are still so keen to see their team play, despite assistant manager Pep Lijnders having confirmed earlier in the week that last night’s line-up against Arsenal was always going to be a youthful one. Although, it’s safe to say that fans were treated to an incredible match last night, with a total of 10 goals during regular time and then the drama of the penalty shootout which Liverpool came out on top in.