Fabinho’s wife Rebeca Tavares hits back at Liverpool fan after Man City drubbing

Liverpool: Klopp assesses his side’s defeat to Man City

Liverpool suffered their third consecutive home defeat in the Premier League to Manchester City on Sunday for the first time since 1963. The Reds are now 10 points behind the Sky Blues, who are building a big lead at the top of the table.

The wife of Liverpool star Fabinho, Rebeca Tavares, hit back at a fan on social media after the Reds’ drubbing by Manchester City on Sunday.

Liverpool were beaten 4-1 at home by title rivals City in a humiliating defeat for Jurgen Klopp’s side.

It is the first time the Reds have lost three consecutive league games at Anfield since 1963, having suffered also suffered defeats to Brighton and Burnley in recent weeks.

Giving her support, Fabinho’s wife Rebeca posted “#YNWA” with a heart and strong arm emoji on Twitter shortly after the result.

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One fan was clearly not in the mood for her positivity though, responding: “Not now reebeca [sic].”

This was when Rebeca earned the support of many Liverpool supporters, responding that the famous ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ phrase should apply regardless of how the team have played.

“Why not?!” she wrote back. “YNWA only works when they win?! You must all understand that #ynwa it’s for all circumstances, winning or loosing. And believe me, they need it more now!”

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Liverpool manager Klopp was upbeat after the defeat to City, insisting that he saw plenty of positives from his side, despite falling 10 points behind the Premier League leaders.

“You cannot only go to the Champions League when you are from first to the last matchday in the Champions League spots. It’s something you have to fight for,” said Klopp.

“Three or four years ago, we were for the majority of the season in that spot but then Chelsea started chasing us. Whoever is in front of us, we will chase, definitely, but we have to do that in our games.

“We lost the game and we have to take that first and foremost, so immediately speaking [and saying], ‘we will do this and we will do that’ is just not real.

“We have to deal with that tonight because, what I said, I saw a lot of good stuff; a really good football game, a football game where I didn’t see the 13 points difference or whatever, but that’s not important.

“We lost the game, I know that, but I saw as well a really good football team in red shirts, so that’s really important.”

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