Although Liverpool drew 2-2 with Sunderland on Saturday, it was the supporters’ much-publicised walk-out after 77 minutes that made the headlines.
So much has been said about the planned protest this week, and when it actually came to fruition, it was just as emphatic as many had hoped it would be.
Approximately 10,000 Reds fans left for the exits with 13 minutes remaining, in protest to FSG’s ticket prices ahead of next season.
Liverpool ended up blowing a two-goal at home Sunderland, but in the grand scheme of things, the walk-out was far more important on the day.
Here is how Twitter reacted to it:
There was support for the fans from former player Jim Beglin and manager Roy Evans:
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