Liverpool fans have taken to Twitter to mock Manchester City’s title celebrations, and it must be said that they were pretty flat considering the weight of their achievement.
All them paid extras in the crowd and still an atmosphere like a funeral ..🤦🏽♂️ pic.twitter.com/FoKUg8xE5F
— Grizz (@GrizzKhan) May 13, 2019
The Cityzens secured their second successive Premier League title with a 4-1 victory over Brighton on the final day, much to Liverpool’s dismay – the Reds finished just one point behind City.
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Surely recording back-to-back titles would be a good enough reason for you and your teammates to go absolutely crazy, right?
Well, if you’re going off City’s title celebrations, the atmosphere was more like they’d won their Sunday League instead of one of the hardest competitions in Europe; in fact, that would be harsh on Sunday League teams.
And where’s the music? The unenthusiastic chanting from the supporters, the players not looking like they know what to do with themselves, just the quietness in general; City’s title celebrations were strangely muted.
Given how desperate they were to secure a maiden Premier League crown themselves, the Liverpool supporters on Twitter have mocked City for their drab title celebrations…
I actually got embarrased by looking at this :/
— Eirik Pedersen (@eikep88) May 13, 2019
I thought this was a spoof video at first, unbelievable
— Indigo ? (@IndigoLFC) May 14, 2019
I was embarrassed for man city watching this, more atmosphere at a school disco. Don’t the City players feel embarrassed?
— Leon Owen (@leonkopite77) May 14, 2019
That’s actually quite hard to watch, and not in the way I was expecting ?
— Donnacha McCormack?✈️⚽️?? (@dunta90) May 13, 2019
Honestly can’t believe what I’ve just seen
— Scotty Ands (@ScottyAndsLFC) May 13, 2019
its just embarrassing. This whole club. Their ‘fans’. No wonder people don’t want us to win the league because we ‘won’t shut up about it’ least we have fans to talk and celebrate it. state of this
— stace (@StaceKershaw) May 13, 2019
It sounds like a kids birthday party ??
— eoin o’neill (@OneillEoin) May 13, 2019
That’s pathetic, we had a kit launch outside anfield a few years ago that had a better atmosphere
— Eoin Byrne (@becibradley) May 13, 2019