Liverpool took the lead against Crystal Palace in spectacular fashion tonight thanks to Trent Alexander-Arnold’s impressive free kick from approximately 25 yards.
Virgil van Dijk was fouled outside the box, and the young winger stepped forward with a brilliant shot that went off in the upper corner.
But there was something different about the goal that doesn’t normally happen when the Reds score a goal at home.
With no fans inside Anfield, music was played to celebrate Liverpool’s goal, and fans weren’t too impressed.
@DeanCoombes tweeted: “Who allowed the scoring music at Anfield … YUCK.”
And @ LouisSuddaby23 said: ‘Music goal in Anfield. I never thought I’d see the day. ‘
While @ ChrisEddy_7 added: ‘Erghhhh music for Goals at Anfield’ and many more followed suit.
Reds fans certainly weren’t music fans, but they were, of course, very happy to have seen their team move to the front in the game.
Liverpool is a short distance away from confirming its Premier League title, with Manchester City playing Chelsea at Stamford Bridge tomorrow night.
Liverpool knew a win over Palace, but Manchester City’s drop points would confirm their title tomorrow, while it could also be won at Etihad Stadium next Thursday night.