Yesterday, a huge upset happened as Celta Vigo defeated Barcelona 4-1 in La Liga. The hero of the match for Celta was Iago Aspas who was a flop at Liverpool under Brendan Rodgers. On the same day, Liverpool had to depend on a penalty shootout to get past League two opponents Carlisle in League Cup third round and scored only one goal in 120 minutes.
Liverpool fans took to Twitter to show their frustration on manager Brendan Rodgers who is under huge pressure from the fans to get sacked for team’s poor display.
Here are some tweets on the topic:
Celta Vigo 4-1 Barcelona: Liverpool reject Iago Aspas scores twice http://t.co/kI0DlVE6RM
— swami shastry (@ShastrySwami) September 24, 2015
@Mootaz_LFC that moment when iago aspas scored a brace against barca yet Liverpool can put two past Carlisle
— MoStOfFiCiaL W (@0608_Wesley) September 24, 2015
Iago Aspas, is that not the #Rodgers ‘s flop at Liverpool?
— Official Mr. Fatty (@Fatto5000) September 24, 2015
— Indy Football (@IndyFootball) September 24, 2015
Bila fans Liverpool dapat tahu aspas dan balotelli perform kat club lama Be like: pic.twitter.com/lxaVRbTIMO
— ryzl (@afiqmahali) September 24, 2015
Aspas with a double against Barca last night, Liverpool could do with a player like that #LFC
— Rob Pocock (@robpocock) September 24, 2015
While Liverpool struggle for goal, their outcast, Iago Aspas scored this chip goal from outside the box v Barcelona – http://t.co/XQVcm2cnLs
— The Football Café (@thefootballcafe) September 24, 2015
I watched Aspas at Liverpool and my conclusion is #RodgersOut
— GetWellSoon LUKESHAW (@XIfeoluwaX) September 24, 2015
Goals for Balotelli and Aspas in the same game week in which Liverpool require penalties to beat 4th tier side Carlisle
— Ebrahim Sadien (@ebisadien) September 24, 2015
It takes a player like Luis Suarez to make Liverpool look good, it takes a club like Liverpool to make Iago Aspas look bad.
— GMJ (@ganny94) September 24, 2015
So last night I missed Barca getting thrashed by Aspas FC. Flamini doing his routine Messi impression and Liverpool just being Liverpool.
— Aamir Cader (@aamircader) September 24, 2015