Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino poses in front of Rolls Royce Phantom with wife Larissa Pereira ahead of Champions League clash with PSG
- Roberto Firmino has posed on a Rolls Royce Phantom with wife Larissa Pereira
- The couple sat on the luxurious vehicle outside their lavish home on Monday
- Firmino is now preparing for Liverpool’s Champions League clash with PSG
Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino cut a relaxed figure ahead of his side’s highly-anticipated Champions League clash against Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday night.
The Brazilian posed in front of a stunning Rolls Royce Phantom, worth around £350,000, with wife Larissa Pereira outside their lavish home on Monday.
In the picture uploaded to Pereira’s Instagram, Firmino had jumped onto the bonnet to get into position while his wife stood in front of him.
Roberto Firmino posed in front of a stunning Rolls Royce Phantom with wife Larissa Pereira
It is not the first time the glamorous couple have posed for photos in front of their luxurious vehicles with a Porsche and 4×4 also making it onto their Instagram accounts in recent months.
The couple, who have two daughters and have been together for four years, married in a lavish ceremony in Maceio – capital city of the northern state of Alagoa – in June 2017.
Firmino scored the third and final goal in Liverpool’s comfortable 3-0 win over Watford at the weekend.
It is not the first time the couple have posed for photos in front of their luxurious vehicles
Firmino scored the third and final goal in Liverpool’s comfortable 3-0 win over Watford
The victory ensured Liverpool maintained their unbeaten start to the Premier League season and kept them just two points behind table toppers Manchester City.
Attention now turns to continental competition where Liverpool’s Champions League group is finely poised going into the final two group games.
A victory over PSG would see them through to the knockout stages but a draw or defeat would set up a nervy last group game against Napoli at Anfield next month.
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