Man Utd's Rashford gets injured, but Liverpool fans aren't falling for it at all
The Three Lions ended the campaign with seven wins from eight matches and a goal differential of 31 (37 scored, 6 conceded). And it’s been an almost perfect international break for Gareth Southgate’s men - having also won against Montenegro 7-0 on Friday - it’s almost enough for one to ask the question, “Sterling who?”.
Of course, some fans still nitpick on some England failings, like Trent Alexander-Arnold’s cross that exited the Pristina City Stadium so fast that it’s now being used as a model for Brexit.
Indeed, the Liverpool wing-back, who has often been called the best in the world by Reds fans, was made to look very ordinary against Kosovo - a team made up of farmers, plumbers and carpenters, according to Twitter.
And with competition for places for the right-back slot the toughest it has been in years, fans of opposing clubs were quick to call out Alexander-Arnold. Even though the result of the game never mattered at all.
Manchester United fans, of course, did not miss any opportunity to take a shot at anything Liverpool, offering up Aaron Wan Bissaka as a superior option to TAA. Kyle Walker, we heard (or made up), laughed when he saw the following tweet.
They even offered up a Chelsea player, because #anythingbutliverpool, right?
Liverpool fans, like their club, were quick on the counter-attack.
Not that they really cared, though.
Indeed, some fans noticed another potential Manchester Liverpool bust-up.
Of course, between all five English right-backs - Kieran Trippier, Kyle Walker, Alexander-Arnold, Wan-Bissaka and Reece James - only one has won Europe’s biggest club trophy, which essentially puts this argument to bed.