Liverpool fans spot Mac Allister’s phone wallpaper as he meets brother pre-match

Eagle-eyed Liverpool fans spotted Alexis Mac Allister's phone background ahead of the Red's Europa League clash with Union Saint-Gilloise on Thursday evening.

Mac Allister had been chatting with his brother, Kevin Mac Allister, who plays in defence for the Belgian side ahead of kick-off. And as the pair chatted, some Liverpool fans spotted the Argentine's background.

The midfielder clutched his phone in a fashion where cameras could see the screen, and when it flashed it revealed Mac Allister has himself as his wallpaper. In the snap, Mac Allister is kissing the World Cup trophy – which he won with Argentina in December.

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"Alexis Mac Allister's lock screen on his phone is a major flex," one fan joked. While a second shared: "Reckon Mac Allister ever changes that as his phone background? Don’t think I would tbf!"

"Having your lock screen be yourself kissing the world cup trophy must be the coolest thing ever," a third said. And another added: "The way he’s his own lock screen I adore that man!"

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Speaking about playing his brother ahead of the game, Mac Allister said: "I remember one of the staff told me that we were in the same group. I couldn’t believe it. I told him to show me because I thought it wasn’t true. For me, it was pretty special!"

Kevin responded: "Of course, I played against my brother [before] and it was really special. But for me to play at Anfield – if the coach puts me in the eleven, of course – in one of the best stadiums in history, I can listen to You'll Never Walk Alone, all of that will be incredible for me."

However, Alexis then added: "After the game, we can speak. But hopefully you don’t enjoy it!"

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