Fabinho’s wife Rebeca Tavares hits back at a Liverpool fan after Manchester City defeat
Fabinho’s wife, Rebeca Tavares, has offered a timely reminder to a Liverpool supporter following their
4-1 defeat to Manchester City at Anfield.
The Reds were beaten at home by the current Premier League leaders after an impressive second-half
showing from the visitors, albeit with the help of the hosts.
Alisson made two costly mistakes that led to Ilkay Gundogan put City 2-1 up and then moments later,
Raheem Sterling capitalized after some good work from Bernardo Silva to catch the Brazil goalkeeper out.
Mohamed Salah had equalized for the champions after Gundogan handed City the lead after half-time despite
missing a penalty himself earlier. Phil Foden then wrapped the game up with a solo goal to cap off a miserable
evening for Liverpool.
After the match, Tavares posted ‘YNWA’ on Twitter alongside a red heart emoji and a flexed bicep emoji.
One Liverpool supporter responded with, ‘not now Rebeca’. But Tavares replied to the fan:
‘Why not?! YNWA only works when they win?!
You must all understand that #ynwa it’s for all circumstances, winning or losing. And believe me,
they need it more now!’ Despite the scoreline, Klopp is adamant that he saw ‘good stuff’ in Liverpool’s
performance against City. ‘
You cannot only go to the Champions League when you are from first to the last matchday in the Champions
League spots. It’s something you have to fight for,’ said the Liverpool manager. ‘
Three or four years ago, we were for the majority of the season in that spot but then Chelsea started chasing us.
Whoever is in front of us, we will chase, definitely, but we have to do that in our games.
We lost the game and we have to take that first and foremost, so immediately speaking [and saying],
‘we will do this and we will do that’ is just not real. ‘We have to deal with that tonight because, what I said,
I saw a lot of good stuff; a really good football game, a football game where I didn’t see the 13 points difference
or whatever, but that’s not important. ‘We lost the game, I know that, but I saw as well a really good football
team in red shirts, so that’s really important.’