Liverpool fans are all sharing video that shows why they’re so terrifying to play against

As far as most Premier League fans are concerned, the football season ended on Sunday.

That is far from the case for Liverpool, though, who still have the small matter of one of the biggest nights in their history on May 26.

The Champions League final against Real Madrid presents the Reds with the chance to lift the trophy for the sixth time, though Los Blancos will be in the hunt for their 13th title.

All in all, this is two European giants of the highest order, even if it’s Zinedine Zidane’s men who will be the clear favourites as they look to repeat their achievements of 2017 and 2016.

Liverpool fans won’t be drawing inspiration from Jurgen Klopp’s record in cup finals, where he has lost five out of six dating back to his time at Borussia Dortmund – but they will be confident that the German’s system is capable of causing an upset.

England’s fourth-placed side will be looking to gegenpress Real into a panic while looking to exploit them on the counter-attack.

Klopp’s side have scored more goals on the counter than any other Premier League team this season (9), as per the league’s official website.

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And Liverpool fans will be feeling all the more confident given a video that is doing the rounds proving just why they can be so lethal:

It’s no coincidence that the two players who feature most prominently in the footage are Mo Salah and Sadio Mane.

The duo’s pace can’t be matched by the majority of defenders, while the Egyptian’s vision also shines through.

Yet, from James Milner to Roberto Firmino, there are so many examples in this clip of how Liverpool operate so effectively as a unit.

None of this will come as a surprise to Zidane, whose future may be riding on the final given his side’s shortcomings in La Liga this season.

The European champions will undoubtedly have been studying how to thwart Liverpool, but as Manchester City, Porto, and Roma have found in the knockout stages, when they’re in a certain mood there’s just no stopping them.