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John Terry makes a fool of himself after Liverpool's Carabao Cup win

Liverpool have performed well in all competitions this season

By Charles Cornwall

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Liverpool have performed well in all competitions this season and now this is starting to pay off, as they have managed to overcome a big test by beating Chelsea under unfavourable circumstances for the Reds, who have a number of injuries, but the German coach knew what to do to guide his team to a victory that will be remembered for a long time to come.

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There was some controversy ahead of the match, one of which was sparked hours before the game by Chelsea legend John Terry. Hours before the match at Wembley, he published a very compromising image where he posed naked in front of the Carabao Cup. Terry was a three-time Carabao Cup winner during his 21-year career with the Blues, and won it once against the Reds, in 2004-2005.

So this was a complete provocation as, in addition to the public, "It's good that these tassels are long". So the match came with a lot of pressure, however Jürgen Klopp and his team imposed themselves in a great way, making an almost perfect match, as the German coach knew how to react in time and make the necessary changes to be able to keep until the precise moment of victory.

This has been a great lesson to John Terry, who has been ridiculed after seeing his team fail despite having the advantage of a more experienced team and players twice as good as the Reds, but the great work that Klopp has done since his arrival up to this point is still in place to continue to reap great victories.

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Perhaps the fact that the Blues legend was a demonstration of his affection for his team, he must now be having a hard time, as his side failed to beat a team full of youngsters. The team that finished the game was largely an Under 20s side with a few reinforcements, who gave a masterclass to a Chelsea side with a near full strength squad.

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