Two better than one - Manchester United fans mock Liverpool first Club World Cup win prior to Watford clash


The Reds lifted their first ever Club World Cup trophy on Saturday after beating Flamengo with a lone goal in Doha

Manchester United have won the Club World Cup twice in history, one in 1999 when the competition was known as the Intercontinental Cup and the other in 2008.

Liverpool beat Brazilian Copa Libertadores champions Flamengo 1-0 in extra time to become reigning world champions on Saturday, the triumph which was their first in the tournament's history - having previously lost thrice in the finals of 1981, 1984 and 2005.

In the mean time as the Reds are relishing their success in Qatar, supporters of Manchester United at Vicarage Road - ahead of their Premier League clash with Watford made sure to point out the difference in numbers of the Club World Cup trophies between the two English sides.

"World champions twice, once more than England, world champions twice," the Old Trafford faithfuls sang during the opening exchanges of United 's clash against the Hornets.

Liverpool made history on Saturday evening, becoming the first English club to win an international treble in same year.

Post a Comment

Post a Comment (0)

#buttons=(Accept !) #days=(20)

Our website uses cookies to enhance your experience. Learn More
Accept !