- Leeds United on Monday night, April 19, forced Liverpool to a 1-1 draw
- The visitors passed a message to the Reds before the Premier League encounter
- United players put on shirts telling Liverpool to kick against the Super League
Leeds United on Monday night, April 19, made an emphatic statement before their Premier League game against Liverpool as they urged the champions of England to turn their backs against the European Super League.
The proposed new Super League is the major topic of discussion now in football among reporters, fans and followers of the round leather game in many parts of the world.
European Super League will no doubt destroy the Champions League which is currently the most prestigious competition in Europe.
Leeds took the field for their warm-up wearing the shirts, which had the slogan: ‘Champions League: Earn it’ on the front. On the reverse a second slogan read: ‘Football is for the fans.’
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According to the report on Guardian, Leeds United also dropped some of the shirts in Liverpool dressing room so as for the players and staff of the Reds to see them.
Liverpool who are the current champions of England and some other Premier League sides are said to have pressed the green buttons for the adoption of the Super League.
Meanwhile, the Premier League encounter between these two teams ended 1-1 with Sadio Mane scoring for Liverpool while Diego Llorente netted for the visitors.
Jurgen Klopp and his wards are currently occupying sixth position on the Premier League table and their hopes of making the top four this term is in doubt.
The Reds failed to turn things around at Anfield on Wednesday night having started the game from behind - following their 3-1 first leg loss.
Liverpool will only blame themselves for the ouster after they missed a couple of begging chances during the encounter as Klopp appeared to have singled out Mohamed Salah for their misfortune.
Neither side was able to find the back of the net after full-time, with Real storming to the semis at the expense of Jürgen Klopp's men.
Despite having a couple of chances in the second leg, Klopp’s men failed to find the back of the net against Los Blancos and now they return to the Premier League to battle for top four position.