Andy Robertson trolled Barcelona’s Luis Suarez/injury update before Wolves

Luis Suarez vs Andy Robertson

There were few negatives for Liverpool on Tuesday night as they beat Barcelona 4-0 in the Champions League.

However one of the few sour notes was an injury to left-back Andy Robertson.

Robertson was subbed out of the semi-final at the break. Gini Wijnaldum replaced the Scottish full-back, before going on to score a second-half brace.

Liverpool were forced into their change after Luis Suarez fouled Robertson.

Suarez appeared to kick the Liverpool defender in an off-the-ball incident.

Robertson trolled Barcelona’s Luis Suarez

After the match, Robertson got his own back on Barcelona’s Suarez.

The Scottish international trolled the former Liverpool striker during an interview with BT Sport.

When asked about the Suarez incident, he said:

Who’s going to the final? We are. That’s all that matters.

Gini went on [for me] and scored two. I don’t care right now.

Will Robertson play against Wolves?

Liverpool close out their Premier League season this weekend with a home match against Wolves.

After the Barcelona game, Jurgen Klopp discussed whether Robertson will be involved in the final round of the season:

It doesn’t feel the best at the minute but I’ll get a scan tomorrow.

They’re confident that it’s just a nerve or whatever and it can be maybe a couple of days, but we’ll wait and see. We can’t really comment until I get the scan, but I’ll be saying my prayers tonight.

Liverpool’s website also confirmed that Robertson sustained a calf injury against Barcelona.

Should Robertson miss the final match of the season, Alberto Moreno could come into the side for his last ever appearance as a Red.

Alternatively, the likes of Joe Gomez or Trent Alexander-Arnold could fill in at left-back for one match.

Also see: Everyone heard what Mo Salah said to James Milner after Liverpool 4 – Barcelona 0.

Leo Messi and Barcelona ‘bottlers’ ripped to shreds after collapse at Liverpool.

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