New BT Sport advert celebrates Liverpool’s 5-1 rout of Arsenal, also features Jose Mourinho
Arsenal fans are not happy!
Liverpool supporters meanwhile now have a reason to laugh at Gooners after a tough few days.
To recap, Arsenal and Liverpool have been at loggerheads ever since Arsene Wenger tried to buy Luis Suarez last summer.
The fact that Alexis Sanchez decided he would not listen to any offers from Liverpool, subsequently joined Arsenal, and would not be part of the Luis Suarez move to Barcelona, only accentuated matters.
So, we can only imagine that a Liverpool fan made this BT Sport advert that celebrates the 5-1 Anfield Liverpool rout of Arsenal last season, in early February.
In truth, it was surely the best game played on BT Sport last season and they do stoke up the passions for the campaign ahead…
There was probably no need for Jose Mourinho though!
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