Date: 31st January 2020 at 6:00am
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Some fans on social media have been praising Robert Snodgrass’ Liverpool effort after he broke his silence on Twitter about the defeat.

Soon after the 32-year-old spoke out, supporters were calling him one of a handful of good players on the night, congratulating him on his performance and telling him that he had a “great” game.

Fans had previously urged David Moyes to be cautious with Snodgrass’ fitness when he revealed that he could return for the Reds, but he featured for the full 90 minutes without any troubles and so did Lukasz Fabianski, phew!

It’s hard to disagree with Snodgrass about the team’s improvement from Leicester, the players managed more shots and more efforts on target and were much better in defence, something positive to take forward into the six-pointer to end all six-pointers this weekend.

Below is our list of the top reactive Tweets to the cult hero’s post…