LIVERPOOL emerged as the luckiest English side in the Champions League draw as they play Porto – and the memes reflect it.
Jurgen Klopp’s men, who knocked out Bayern Munich in the last 16, will host Porto in the first leg of the quarter-finals on April 9/10.
Manchester United drew Barcelona, while Tottenham and City will collide in all English affair.
The winner of United and Barcelona could meet Liverpool if they are successful against Porto – though it is clear they have had the easiest draw.
Fans on Twitter reacted to Liverpool’s “lucky” draw, as some believe last year’s finalist have one foot in the last four already.
One said: "Liverpool very lucky, maybe they will win it."
Another said: "How’d Liverpool get this lucky ?"
One added: "Liverpool are so lucky with that draw. Shambles.."
Another added: "Liverpool are damnnnn lucky."
Last season Liverpool drew Porto in the last 16 stage and comfortably progressed through after smashing the Primeira Liga champions 5-0 at home.
Could be a Liverpool v Man Utd semi final if they both get through. #UCLdraw pic.twitter.com/0RAGaOGD08
Liverpool after being drawn with FC Porto.#UCLdraw pic.twitter.com/hP9GlS4Q6S
Liverpool fan's when they draw Porto @LFC @BBCSport #ChampionsLeaguedraw pic.twitter.com/yjygCcouRQ
Liverpool fans when they see they've got Porto in the quarter-finals. pic.twitter.com/IDDeJaxbIc
Liverpool very lucky, maybe they will win it 🤔🤔
Liverpool are so lucky
Liverpool got lucky https://t.co/gKJV4YUaYS
Liverpool fans after the draw. #UCLdraw pic.twitter.com/jVeJdoGvmF
Poor Spurs. Lucky lucky Liverpool
Liverpool are so lucky with that draw. Shambles..
How’d Liverpool get this lucky ? 😂 pic.twitter.com/BYIblR9XzF
Liverpool are damnnnn lucky whattttttt
Liverpool getting Porto next round there so lucky it’s an actual joke
You kidding? Liverpool are the kings of lucky draws!!
Liverpool getting lucky again this year 😴 https://t.co/2IR1g6P7yZ
Last time Liverpool went to Porto 👀 pic.twitter.com/xavnZfthUH
In the return leg Liverpool played to a goalless draw, happy to see out the demanding lead they earned in Portugal.
Klopp’s reds made it all the way to the final, where they were beaten 3-1 thanks to a Gareth Bale double.
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