Someone watching Tottenham visit Marine from the backyard of their house bordering the ground stood beside a lifesize cardboard cutout of Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp.
José Mourinho’s Premier League Spurs side defeated non-league Marine by five goals to nil in a historic FA Cup third round tie that saw the biggest ever gulf in class at this stage of the competition.
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The coverage of the live televised clash focused on several aspects of the magic of the cup, as is tradition when such an event occurs.
The game was played behind closed doors with supporters denied entry due to the ongoing coronavirus restrictions.
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However fans in the row of terraced houses alongside Rossett Park in the town of Crosby, Merseyside provided much entertainment.
They gathered in their gardens with drinks and air horns, while there was one who brought along a lifesize cardboard cutout of Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp.
— Kate James (@KateJamesUK) January 10, 2021