“We shall not be moved” – Liverpool fans’ defiant message despite final day not ending in title glory

Liverpool ended their season with a 2-0 win over Wolves, leaving fans feeling nothing but pride despite ending the Premier League campaign without a title.

Liverpool 2-0 Wolves

Premier League, Anfield
May 12, 2019

Goals: Mane 17′, 81′

The Reds returned to Anfield on the final day of the league season with the fate of the title still in the balance, and Jurgen Klopp‘s men held up their end of the bargain.

Sadio Mane got Liverpool off to a flying start after hitting home from a Trent Alexander-Arnold delivery, before Wolves started to grow in confidence as the first half came to a close.

But it was Liverpool who found the net once more late in the second as Mane was again the man on the scoresheet to secure the Reds’ 30th win of the Premier League season.

The result sees Liverpool finish the season as runners up with an astonishing 97 points, but now attention will turn to the Champions League final on June 1.

Here’s how supporters reacted to the result on Facebook, Twitter and on our forums.


Fans lauded Trent once more after breaking the Premier League assist record for a defender…



Similarly, Mane & Salah were praised for their goalscoring efforts after sharing the Golden Boot…

“Golden boot shared between Mo and Mane. Sums us up. Total team.”

SirBillShankly on the forums.


And the accolades continued as Alisson’s influence proved vital once more…


There was an overwhelming feeling of pride for the Reds at the final whistle…

“Golden glove Alisson. TAA PL assist record.
Highest points tally from a Reds team.
2x golden boot winners (Mane/ Mo).
Record assists for a defensive duo (TAA/Robbo).

A team full of legends in the making, a fanbase full of love! See you in Madrid!”

20ATHLONE on the forums.


And the Anfield faithful were in full voice as they sent the Reds off to Madrid in style…


“Onward to Madrid now where the Boys will bring the cup home.”

Falcon51 on the forums.

“So proud of the team, really couldn’t be prouder. Bring on the Champions League!”

Carmel Moffitt on Facebook.