What football fans were tweeting about Liverpool after watching Real Madrid v Barca

Jurgen Klopp will have been watching Sunday night’s El Clasico with a keen interest.

After defeating AS Roma 7-6 on aggregate, Liverpool are just 90 minutes with Real Madrid away from potentially winning their sixth European cup. It’s a lucrative match that will either make history at Anfield or leave fans wondering what could have been.

And the Reds don’t have too long to study Los Blancos ahead of the crunch match in Kiev.

Nevertheless, the aforementioned El Clasico was one such occasion and Klopp had no shortage of action to sink his teeth into.

The La Liga title race is already settled but with bragging rights on the line, those involved with Liverpool had their last chance to see Real against top draw opposition before the final.

In the end, Los Blancos bagged themselves a decent point at the Camp Nou in an entertaining 2-2 draw.

Luis Suarez fired the Blaugrana into an early lead, before Cristiano Ronaldo swiftly levelled things up and Sergi Roberto was dismissed for appearing to slap Marcelo.

Despite entering the second-half with ten men, though, Lionel Messi restored Barcelona’s advantage but Gareth Bale’s stunning strike ensured the spoils were shared.

That’s all well and good but what can Liverpool take from the match?

Well, football fans were trying to tell the Reds the exact same thing on Twitter and that concerned Real’s weaknesses on the counterattack.

Funnily enough, that just happens to be one of Liverpool’s strongest offensive assets.

Peruse the pick of the tweets below:

Of course, there is no guarantee that Zinedine Zidane will deploy such a tactic in the Champions League final yet their general defence against high-speed attacks looks worrying.

Liverpool might have to rely on it, too, when it’s the likes of Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane blocking their route to goal.

And the thing is, fans are exactly right based on El Clasico.

The finest representation of Real’s frailties on the break came in the form of Suarez’s opening goal.

The Blaugrana cut through their opponents with a free-flowing counterattack with Suarez eventually volleying home, but Real’s high-line raised eyebrows.

The moment Barcelona broke past such a high-sitting backline, they were away.