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While there was record attendance at Anfield, ridicule at the Etihad

By Charles Cornwall

While there was record attendance at Anfield, ridicule at the Etihad

Liverpool fans are the best in all of England

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Within this great season that the Liverpool team is having in the Premier League, one of the highlights of this institution is the commitment that the fans have had both in home and away games, generating an atmosphere of optimism in a group that fights to stay at the top in all competitions in which it sees activity.

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This union between fans and institution could be seen during the match against Burnley on matchday 24, with the Reds having a record attendance of 59,896 fans in the stands at Anfield, who were complicit in another victory for their team with a final score of 3-1, causing some mistrust from institutions like Manchester City who could not bear to see their club win at home against Everton with the stands of the Etihad Stadium full.

The home of the reigning Premier League champions surprised with the poor attendance of a match that could have placed them as direct leaders had there been a disaster at Anfield, showing in front of the cameras completely empty areas that demonstrated the lack of interest in this match that could have been crucial in their fight for the bicampeonato.

Although the justification of some City fans is to say that Everton is not an attractive rival to watch at the moment, these excuses are not valid if we take as an example the commitment of the Reds and their fans who, regardless of the fact that the opponent was the second last place in the overall table, they fulfilled their support both on the pitch and in the stands by presenting a full house that became historic for the Merseyside institution.

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Liverpool is more than just good soccer

Despite the fact that Liverpool's advantage over Man City at this stage of the season seems nil, the Merseyside institution has more solid resources than Pep Guardiola's team to win the Premier League championship, with Klopp basing his potential on all his team's resources, including the fans who never stop cheering their club on, even though they know that this stage will dissolve with the departure of the German coach.