Southampton’s 1-0 win over Liverpool will live long in the memory for Saints fans for a number of reasons.
Ralph Hasenhuttl’s post-match tears showed what it meant, Saints’ defending was valiant and a wonderful goal from talisman Danny Ings ultimately brought home the three points.
However, for those wanting to aim a jibe at reigning league champions Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp’s look of bemusement on the sidelines after Ings had scored was amusing to say the least.
Now Saints have released a Tik Tok video summing up just what Klopp and his players were feeling as their former striker found the net after just 1 minute and 51 seconds.
Ings’ goal is followed by closeups of many of Liverpool’s stars and Klopp’s own reaction in the video, with the words “I remember when” played over the top.
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This use of social media is all in good taste and Saints will just be trying to cash in on the positive feeling online after such a notable win.
Besides, Liverpool and their fans have had plenty to shout about in the past when it comes to wins over Saints and signing players from St Mary’s.
One player the Reds let move the over way was, indeed, Danny Ings and it is fair to say they will be ruing the fact that the striker did not find his best form at Anfield – mainly due to long-term injuries.
Some players just do not get to show what they can do at some clubs but then find a team and manager that suits them and enables them to play to their full potential.
This has certainly been the case for Ings. He has scored 40 goals since signing at St Mary’s and took his overall Premier League tally to 50 by netting against Liverpool.
After scoring 25 times in all competitions in 2019/20, Ings has seven so far this season and will be looking to improve that total in the second half of this campaign.