Liverpool played Tranmere in their first friendly of the season and the game saw them run out as winners with a comfortable margin of 6-0.

Klopp fielded a young side and handed the captaincy to Divock Origi for the game. He continued where he had left off at the end of the season and scored an absolute beauty.

At the end of the friendly, the Liverpool fans could not get enough of Origi.

As soon as the final whistle blew, a horde of fans invaded the pitch and showed their appreciation and love for him for his prolifics in front of goal when it mattered the most.

Divock origi has endeared himself to the Liverpool fans in the past few months.

First, he scored a crucial 96th minute winner against Everton in the Merseyside derby.

Then he scored a brace in ‘the’ historic comeback against Barcelona, before cementing his status as a Liverpool legend with the second goal against Tottenham that killed the tie for the Spurs and earned the reds their 6th European title.

He recently signed a new long-term contract with Liverpool. Klopp has also revealed that Origi will see a lot more game time this season. This should strike fear in the opponents hearts considering his decisiveness and exploits in tight games.

Check out Origi’s ‘man of the people’ moment after Tranmere friendly below –

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