Rumours quickly spreading across social media this afternoon have claimed that the travelling Wolves’ fans at Liverpool are set to start up fake celebrations of a Brighton goal versus Manchester City.
PL final day
This season’s thrilling Premier League title race comes to a head today, with Liverpool and Man City in action simultaneously.
Jurgen Klopp’s men welcomed Wolves to Merseyside, while Pep Guardiola’s champions travelled to Brighton.
Ahead of the respective kick-offs, City sat a point clear of Liverpool atop the English top-flight:
City & Liverpool holding their nerve
The opening 45 minutes’ of the title contenders’ respective outings saw both sides pick up leads heading into the interval.
Liverpool struck first, as Sadio Mane turned home Trent Alexander-Arnold’s driven cross.
And, incredibly, the Reds’ luck soon got even better, as Glenn Murray’s header handed Brighton the lead over City.
City, though, quickly showcased their mettle, as Sergio Aguero levelled things up at the Amex within 90 seconds of Murray’s opener.
And the Sky Blues were soon in front, as Riyad Mahrez’s corner from the right was powered home by the arriving Aymeric Laporte.
⚽️ All 5 of Aymeric Laporte’s goals for Man City have been headers in away games
3 of those have been in PL this season – no player has scored more away headed goals (also Firmino, Wood and Alli) pic.twitter.com/UXhe2kHa9g
— Sky Sports Statto (@SkySportsStatto) May 12, 2019
Wolves fans’ rumoured plan
As such, as things stand, with a little over 20 minutes remaining on a historic final day, it is City who hold the advantage in a nail-biting title race.
The Wolves’ support, however, reportedly intend to make the agonizing closing moments of their side’s meeting with Liverpool even tougher for the Anfield faithful.
As per a report doing the rounds on social media, it is claimed that the travelling fans on Merseyside could, all at once, celebrate an imaginary Brighton equalizer versus Man City:
Suggestion that Wolves supporters are starting up the fake Brighton goal celebrations at Anfield, setting off the rest of the stadium.
— Sam Cunningham (@samcunningham) May 12, 2019