Liverpool supporters had the two eyes on their Champions League conflict with Bayern Munich on Wednesday night.
Be that as it may, it appears seeing Philippe Coutinho netting for Barcelona against Lyon in the other last-16 conflict was additionally seen by a couple of them.
The ex-Reds midfielder has battled for structure as of late in the midst of cases he is hoping to leave the club in the late spring exchange window.
Coutinho has even been in contact with various Manchester United players as of late as he considers a move back to the Premier League to play for his previous side’s unpleasant adversaries next season.
Whatever happens is still in question, yet for now Coutinho remains a Barcelona player – and he guaranteed he put an exhibition in on Wednesday.
After Lionel Messi opened the scoring from the penalty spot the Brazilian doubled Barcelona’s advantage at the Nou Camp.
Strangely it was another previous Liverpool player who set up Coutinho to score: Luis Suarez. Also, well, Reds supporters really wanted to tell Twitter.
“Suarez squares it to Coutinho who taps into the open net! Wonderful! Amazingly unselfish perfect team work from Liverpool there,” wrote one fan.
While another additional: “Unselfish from Suarez. Much needed for Coutinho! Made in Liverpool. Goal for Barcelona,” and a third concluded: “That Liverpool connection.”