Liverpool simply won the Premier League, yet that implies awful news for this Twitter record
Liverpool won the Premier League.
Liverpool has delegated Premier League champions without kicking a ball on Thursday as Chelsea’s 2-1 win over Manchester City finished the Reds’ 30-year hold on to win the English title. Jurgen Klopp’s men fixed a nineteenth class title for the club with a record seven games left to play after second-put City’s annihilation left them 23 focuses loose.
While this might be uplifting news for aficionados of the club the world over, for a specific Twitter account, this might be terrible news. A Twitter account called ‘Days Since LFC Won The Alliance’ has been checking down how long Liverpool has not dominated a match, since October 2019.
The record would sometimes post refreshes indicating how much time has passed and how the number of days had expanded. To start with, it was ten thousand, 700, and seventy, in April 6, 2020, the last count remained at ten thousand, 900 and twenty-two.
Today, it remains at zero.
As the number dropped to zero, the tweet exploded – with numerous netizens saying their self-contradicting farewells to the record. Indeed, this might be the end. Or on the other hand right? Tomorrow the count will be 1, regardless of whether the record exists or not.
Liverpool included moved inside two purposes of the title with a 4-0 destruction of Precious stone Castle at Anfield on Wednesday. Their 28th success in 31 association games this season incited Liverpool star Mohamed Salah to proclaim “now is our opportunity to win the class” and after 24 hours his desire was allowed.
Liverpool got the kindness they needed from Chelsea at Stamford Extension.