Fabinho's wife Rebeca Tavares has hit back at a supporter following Liverpool’s demolition at the hands of Manchester City at Anfield on Sunday.
Pep Guardiola watched his side score four times away to the reigning champions through Ilkay Gundogan (2), Raheem Sterling and Phil Foden, as Mohamed Salah scored from the spot.
Those goals didn’t tell the full story however, with Alisson giving the ball away twice in quick succession to hand City a two goal lead after Salah had equalised.
After Rebeca had tweeted YNWA, following the poor performance and result, a Liverpool supporter said: “Not now Rebeca.” Which promoted an animated response.
She wrote on Sunday: “Why not?! YNWA only works when they win?! You must all understand that #ynwa it’s for all circumstances winning or loosing. And believe me, they need it more now!”
Klopp said of the result: "Look, big parts of the game were really, really good.
"I think tonight two teams played, one with a crazy good run, won now 14 in a row and another team with obviously a different set of results.
"Nobody saw that in the first half, you only saw two really good football teams who tried to cause each other problems and I think some people were surprised we were quite dominant in the first half.
"We played some really good stuff. It was 0-0 at half time, we kept on going, expected some little changes, adapted to that, found the right spaces to play again because that was the main thing.
"We played really confident football at times tonight. We changed our high press and we had a few minutes where we tried to find a solution in the final third.
“They scored the first goal, we got the equaliser and then we made two massive mistakes, that is how it is.
"Then it was pretty much game over. In a game when you have such a good moment, these two goals were obviously the killer in the game and everyone knows that. We don't have to speak about that, that is the truth.
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"The two things is the result is absolutely not what we wanted, the performance is what we wanted for the majority of the game. In the end, we lost anyway.
"For all different reasons, we have to speak about this and take it in the right way.
"Being completely angry about the result is fine but don't forget the good stuff, because, how I said, playing against City today, that calm football in small spaces, it was really good, so we will take that as well.
"But I know people are only mostly interested in results and this isn't right again. So we will take that again.”
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