The team lined up for a team photoshoot and the video provided a glimpse into the day-to-day dynamics between several of the players.
Here are four things we spotted in the last behind-the-scenes look.
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Thiago aide Harvey
Harvey Elliott was the last man on the pitch in Kirkby, appearing on crutches as he continued his recovery from a dislocated ankle.
It seemed like a decisive season for the 18-year-old, who had started three consecutive league games under Klopp. However, the rest of the Liverpool squad appeared to be doing everything they could to make life easier for the young midfielder.
When the photos were finished, the camera moved on to the heartwarming scene of Thiago driving Elliott back to the locker room on a buggy.
Van Dijk et Matip
The relationship between the two center-backs is well known, as Virgile Van Dijk demonstrated when wearing a teammate’s facial t-shirt during the preseason .
Before the photoshoot, the Dutchman commented on camera how he said Joel matip ‘s barber to give it a fade, with the exasperated defender replying, “Don’t talk to me, please!” ”
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The good-humored banter between the two continued when Van Dijk noticed the German wearing his red boots on the training ground.
“He no longer wears boots. He wants to do his own thing! Red boots, Ballon d’Or candidate with these dribbles.
“Watch the majestic march,” he joked as the 30-year-old continued to face the camera.
“Why am I always in the foreground? “
As Andy Robertson ran for the photo, it only took a few seconds for him to look frustrated.
“Why am I always in the foreground? He exclaimed upon seeing his position for the photo – but Van Dijk was quick to respond: “Because you are small. “
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The Scotsman felt even more aggrieved when Trent Alexander-Arnold was placed behind him, accusing the hairstyle of the right back of making him look taller.
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The Greek Scouser
It’s fair to say that Kostas Tsimikas has won the hearts of Anfield audiences with impressive performances this season – but the defender is still adjusting to the English weather.
It seems his nickname “Greek Scouser” has traveled to the training ground, with Jurgen Klopp using it to mock Tsimikas for feeling the cold.
“The Greek Scouser, eh?” You tell him it’s not that cold, ”said the Reds boss. “After five or six years you get used to it. You go, “This is good. “