Jurgen Dripp, Liverpool fan, mocks Cardiff City over the demise of Emiliano Sala

Jurgen Dripp, Liverpool fan, mocks Cardiff City over the demise of Emiliano Sala

- Jurgen Dripp who is a Liverpool fan has mocked Cardiff City over the death of Emiliano Sala

- He responded to a post made by Cardiff City on social media in their 2-0 defeat against Liverpool

- Liverpool are topping the Premier League standings while Cardiff City occupy 18th position

Liverpool fan known as Jurgen Dripp on Twitter has mocked Cardiff City on social media over the heartbreaking death of Argentine football star Emiliano Sala.

The fan reacted to a social media post by Cardiff City when they faced Liverpool on Saturday, April 20, which ended 2-0 in favor of Jurgen Klopp's men.

Georginio Wijnaldum scored the first goal for Liverpool in this encounter before the referee gave the Reds a penalty in the 80th minute after Salah appeared to have been fouled.

Cardiff City then made a tweet afterwards claiming that Mohamed Salah jumped to the floor under pressure.

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This information did not go well with Liverpool fan Jurgen Dripp who responded by sending an heartbreaking response to Cardiff City.

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Meanwhile, James Milner scored the penalty for Liverpool as Jurgen Klopp's men recorded a 2-0 win in which their fight to win the Premier League title continues.

With five games for them to end the season, Liverpool are occupying first position with 88 points, while Cardiff City occupy 18th on the Premier League standings.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Premier League club Cardiff City made it clear that they are not ready to pay any amount for the transfer of late Argentine football star Emiliano Sala.

Emiliano Sala died in a plane crash when flying across the English Channel from French club Nantes on January 21 to join Cardiff City.

And according to the latest report, Cardiff City have told FIFA in papers lodged on Monday, April 15, that they are not prepared to pay out a single penny for the deceased.

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