Liverpool 1 Sevilla 3: Jamie Carragher deletes Twitter message slagging off Alberto Moreno

Former Liverpool defender left frustrated by Moreno's mistake in lead-up to Sevilla's third goal in Europa League final

James Mariner
Wednesday 18 May 2016 23:21
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Jamie Carragher quickly deleted his tweet criticising Reds defender Alberto Moreno
Jamie Carragher quickly deleted his tweet criticising Reds defender Alberto Moreno

While watching your team fall two goals behind on the biggest of European stages with little resistance, emotions are bound to be running high.

Many supporters took to social media platforms during and after Wednesday's Europa League final, upset at their team's capitulation against Sevilla.

Alberto Moreno's showing in Switzerland on Wednesday night came under fire 

One such supporter, however - former captain Jamie Carragher - had his message paid more attention to than most - slagging off the part played by Alberto Moreno in the build-up to Sevilla's clinching third goal.

He quickly thought better of his tweet and deleted it, but not before fast-acting supporters could presrve it for prosperity.

It's fair to say Carragher, and Liverpool, have had better nights.

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