Liverpool are safely through to the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League after a comfortable 5-0 aggregate win over Porto in the last 16 of the competition.
Drawing 0-0 with the Portuguese side on Tuesday night, Jurgen Klopp’s side produced a professional performance to ensure there was no second leg drama at Anfield.
Given the first leg lead, it was an opportunity for the Liverpool boss to hand a start to a number of players on the fringes of his starting eleven with the likes of Joel Matip, Adam Lallana and Alberto Moreno getting chances to shine.
For fans though, the tried and trusted team that has found winning success recently is the way to go and they weren’t too impressed with some of the players that came into the side against Porto.
That was particularly true of Moreno, who fans feel is far below the standard currently offered by Andy Robertson.
The Scotland international has burst onto the scene at Anfield this season and made the position his own, something supporters want to see continue after Moreno’s performance on Tuesday night.
They took to Twitter to share their thoughts on it all…
Can't believe we had Moreno as left back for years #lfc
— Abu Bakr 🎶 (@AbuBakr_LFC) March 6, 2018
Moreno had a spell at the start of the season where he was steady, no more! The lad has shown no signs of improvement since coming to England! Lacks the mentality and aptitude to be a great player! He’s gone in the summer #LFC
— G Dog (@GHL72) March 6, 2018
If I’m taking anything from this game it’s how much Robertson gives us over Moreno! Not saying Moreno had a bad game he’s been decent I’m just saying Robbbo offers so much more! #LFC
— Liverpool F.C 💜 (@nathanlFC_) March 6, 2018
I'm sure Alberto Moreno is good for something… just not football… #LFC
— SillyMidOff (@Sillymidoff49) March 6, 2018
— Liam Adams (@liamnadams) March 6, 2018
Alberto Moreno has been hitting deck far easier than Dele Alli tonight, another reason why Robertson is better! #LFC
— Nic Mason (@MrNickMason) March 6, 2018
The difference in quality and composure between Matip/Moreno and Van Dijk/Robertson is frightening. #LFC
— Jai Griffiths (@JaiGriffiths17) March 6, 2018