After the full-time whistle blew to confirm Liverpool’s 4-0 win against Southampton this afternoon, the Merseyside outfit’s players and Jurgen Klopp showed their class.
Some of the Reds’ highest-profile players took a moment to embrace former Liverpool forward Danny Ings, Jurgen Klopp even gave the striker a massive hug.
Virgil van Dijk gave his former teammate a cheeky slap on the back of the head and Mo Salah enjoyed a lengthy conversation with Ings.
It’s clear that Ings was a popular figure in the dressing room based on this reaction. Ings spent three years with the Reds before leaving to join boyhood club Southampton.
The 27-year-old has been in fine form this season, his 14 Premier League goals make him the top-flight’s joint-third highest scorer.
Take a look at the moment below:
Love the respect for Danny Ings from our players + Klopp. It’s impossible to hate this man. ? pic.twitter.com/wV06lD2WBn
— Samue (@SamueILFC) February 1, 2020
Danny Ings disambut hangat sama pemain & suporter Liverpool pic.twitter.com/7r1inwVl90
— Fakta LFC (@fakta_lfc) February 1, 2020