European nights are back and it was a glorious one at Anfield yesterday when Liverpool took on PSG in their Champions League opener, with fans from both sides combining to bring the roof down.

Even though the French Champions performed well below potential and went on to lose 3-2, their supporters made merry, making noise throughout the game.

While passionately rooting for their team, the spirited away fans were also gracious enough to stay silent when the Reds supporters sang their much loved anthem ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone”.

The home crowd was equally welcoming and the outstanding night was capped off by both sets of supporters applauding each other at the end of the match.

What a classy bunch. Check out the beautiful moment:

3 comments
  1. Thought it was a great night all round. The Paris supporters came over and did their team proud. Had good times before the game, sang from first to last whistle, had plenty of good banter and interaction with the locals and most likely made friends along the way. That is what football can do. It was not that long ago that Paris was going through some hard times and fans around the globe showed support for the city as it should be. I know that is not the result they wanted and I cannot say I am sorry about that but they were a great set of supporters to have over.

  2. Pure class. That’s why we’re called the best fans in the world. Hats off to the PSG fans too. Great supporters of a great Club.

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