Liverpool fans have actually been drooling on Twitter over just recently posted video of former Reds striker Fernando Torres.
This follows Liverpool fan Twitter account @AnfieldWatch shared a post on their official page which contained a video initially posted by @LFCRewind of Torres’ first goal for the Merseyside club.
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The goal came against fellow Premier League side Chelsea back in 2007.
This post then collected a great deal of replies from Liverpool fans who fasted to share their ideas on Torres and his first goal for the club.
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Here’s a sample of Liverpool fans reacting to the post:
This one will bring back memories. El Niño’s first goal for #LFC? pic.twitter.com/wF04 J8Bxwn
— Anfield Watch (@AnfieldWatch) March 30, 2020
Gerrard to Torres ??
— J AAAAAA Y (@JaySaidIt_) March 30, 2020
Do Not do this.
— Lew (@Lew10000 l) March 30, 2020
Still keep in mind the entire family yelling ‘take him take him’ when we saw he was up against Ben Haim!? agh the memories with El Niño man??
— Pezeus (@Pezeusjames) March 30, 2020
The start of something very unique?
— Martin Harrison???????? (@mart_harrison) March 30, 2020
The Spaniard made 142 appearances for Liverpool during his 3- and- a-half years on Merseyside in which he scored 81 goals and offered 20 assists (per Transfermarkt). In the 2011 January transfer window, Torres was offered to Chelsea for a cost of ₤5265 million (per Transfermarkt). Now that video of Torres’ first goal for Liverpool has actually been doing the rounds on Twitter as soon as again, this has actually provided lots of Liverpool fans the chance to have their say and share their views on the former Reds ace.
Simply made me cry
— Tinwai Wong (@tamadic_) March 30, 2020
What a player! Simply loved the person. Unique
— Riaz Gangat (@riazzzg) March 30, 2020
What aplayer Will constantly be my preferred!
— crt. (@ChrisTeer5) March 31, 2020
What do we think?
The response and actions from these Liverpool fans at seeing Torres’ first goal for the club as soon as again simply shows just how much of an unique player he was at the club.