Liverpool supporters’ desire to see Marco Reus at Anfield has been unwavering.
They are two words which have accompanied every transfer window for what seems an eternity.
Liverpool supporters’ desire to see Marco Reus at Anfield has been unwavering, although slightly fading in recent times due to the Borussia Dortmund star’s injury problems.
The 28-year-old only made his first appearance of this season earlier this month, taking the armband in a 2-0 win over Hamburg.
But two goals in his past two games have alerted fans to his talents once more – especially following the opener against Augsburg on Monday night.
Reus put Dortmund ahead in a game that would eventually finish 1-1 at Westfalenstadion, but it was his celebration which captured the imagination.
Racing away from goal, the German international flew into the air and unleashed a spinning karate kick – one similar to the one which Roberto Firmino has adopted over the course of the campaign.
You can guess how some Liverpool fans took Reus’ post-goal moves…
Conclusive proof, surely?
When Lionel Messi starts doing the ‘Emre Can knee slide’, then you can get excited.