Liverpool youngster Bobby Duncan produced a brilliant social media response to Chelsea, following the Reds’ 2-0 victory at Anfield on Sunday.
Jurgen Klopp’s side faced another huge Premier League clash on Merseyside, knowing only a win would take them back to the top of the table.
An excellent all-round performance saw them get past the Blues, with Sadio Mane heading home the opening goal and Mohamed Salah scoring a stunner in front of the Kop.
It was arguably Liverpool’s biggest win of the season to date, against a team they have plenty of history with.
So much of the pre-match build-up revolved around the Reds’ defeat to Chelsea in 2014, in which Steven Gerrard’s slip proved so costly in the title race.
The Blues’ official Twitter account even mockingly referred to it on Saturday night, saying “Did someone say Liverpool v Chelsea?”, with a video of Gerrard’s costly video embedded.
Once the final whistle had blown on Sunday, U18s striker Duncan got the perfect revenge, posting the following Tweet:
Twitter: Safe trip back to London https://t.co/Y74d1riDwS (@bobbyduncan999
It went down a storm with Liverpool supporters, on a day when they banished the demons of five years ago.
While Manchester City are still narrow favourites to claim the title, Klopp’s men are making an unbelievable fist of it.
Liverpool's top 5 players against Chelsea
5. Sadio Mane
Mane headed home the opener and was a menace to Chelsea’s defence all afternoon. What a 2019 he is having.
4. Roberto Firmino
Although not at his best in the first half, the Brazilian was outstanding after the break, leading the line in such a selfless manner.
3. Jordan Henderson
Henderson looks reborn in an attacking midfield role and he shone once again, teeing up Mane superbly for his goal.
2. Mohamed Salah
Not only was Salah’s strike one of the goals of the season, but his all-round game was excellent and he terrified Chelsea all afternoon.
Although perhaps not as noticeable as some of his more attacking teammates, Fabinho was fantastic at Anfield, doing all the dirty work and bossing the midfield battle. What a signing.