As Liverpool have emerged as one of the top contenders for the Capital One Cup, Reds defender Alberto Moreno is excited about the club’s chances and is willing to leave his humility at home if they manage to win the Cup at Wembley Stadium.
“The thing is, I’m not really into the Beatles – it’s not my type of music! I listen to some Spanish music.. but you won’t like them,” Moreno told Sky Sports.
“I listen to Flamenco, and Reggaeton, which is South American dance music. Do I dance to it? No way! But yeah, I’ll do a deal, if we win a trophy then I’ll do one of those dances on the pitch!”
The 23-year-old Moreno found himself on the bench frequently under previous manager Brendan Rodgers, but newly-hired manager Jurgen Klopp was quick to give the Spanish defender a chance to shine (partially due to the injury to Joe Gomez) and he has performed very well in response.
Liverpool last won the League Cup in 2012 with Luis Suarez and Steven Gerrard leading the club en route to a win over Cardiff City in the Final.
In order to win the Capital One Cup this year, however, Liverpool will have to first face Southampton at St. Mary’s Stadium. Should they overcome the Saints, they’ll most likely have to contend with the seemingly-unstoppable Manchester City down the road.
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