Liverpool FC fan gets Premier League tattoo with bold Champions League statement

A Liverpool fan was pranked with a Premier League winners tattoo which also made a big claim about their Champions League campaign.

The Reds took a step closer to the domestic trophy with a 3-2 win over West Ham.

After going behind, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane struck in the last 20 minutes to keep the unbeaten run.

Jurgen Klopp’s side can win the title in four games’ time against Crystal Palace.

But footage has emerged of one fan being forced to display the historic win early in a hilarious prank.

In the clip, YouTube vlogger Paul Glover has lost a challenge set by pal Mathew Groves.

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It involves getting a tattoo on his leg which he cannot see until finished.

And, as a pair of Liverpool fan, Groves decides to make a big prediction on his friend’s skin.

The end product is a Premier League trophy with “Liverpool 2020” on it.

Surrounding the silverware are seven gold stars, which represent their successes in the Champions League.

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The Reds have only won six European titles, though, with the last star a prediction for their success this season.

While the league title looks secure, another Champions League looks more challenging for Liverpool after losing their round-of-16 first leg 1-0 to Atletico Madrid.

When Groves sees it, he is left in shock at the extra star.

Speaking to the Liverpool Echo, he said: "The Premiership tattoo was a challenge I couldn't say no to.

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"As for the seven stars, I wasn't expecting that as part of the tattoo but I know now anything is possible. Istanbul this year would be special.

"If not, I know number seven will come soon so the tattoo will stay. I am proud of the team and proud to have the tattoo."

It comes as club legend Jamie Carragher has suggested the Reds may have to wait longer for Premier League glory.

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