It’s been three years since Liverpool completed one of the most stunning comebacks in Champions League history with a 4-0 win over Barcelona.
Trailing 3-0 from the first leg at Camp Nou, the Reds miraculously recovered at Anfield and booked their place in the final, which they went on to win against Tottenham.
Many Barcelona fans and players are still scarred by that defeat on Merseyside.
But one player, in particular, seems to have been affected by that night more than most – Sergio Busquests.
So much so that Spaniard still hasn’t tweeted since a motivational message he posted before the defeat.
Busquets tweeted: ‘We’re ready’, on the eve of the game – something which turned out to be entirely untrue.
A quick glance at the midfielder’s Twitter account shows that, apart from a reply to former Barca manager Luis Enrique, he hasn’t sent a single post since that ill-fated day.
Whilst it appears that Busquets just can’t bare to look at his last tweet and think about what followed, perhaps he’s just forgotten his password.
But, as Riyad Mahrez found out this week, if you need a hand with any Twitter-related queries, just ask the platform’s new owner, Elon Musk.
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