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Liverpool's Divock Origi has been named in Ligue 1's worst team of the season by L'Equipe: http://t.co/tseLLmdeqb http://t.co/lRt22jCwUu — Sky Sports Football
Last one from L'Equipe - Lille's on-Liverpool striker Divock Origi named in their 'Worst Team of the Season' with average rating of 4.46. — Tom Williams
So a Liverpool fan has cried on Talk Sport tonight 😂😂😂😂 deep http://t.co/1eMkmPzjrA — Footy Accumulators
6 - Liverpool have conceded 6+ goals in a league game for the first time since losing 7-2 to Spurs in 1963. Demolished. — OptaJoe
GOAL Stoke 5-0 Liverpool (45 mins). Steven N'Zonzi curls in a sensational fifth for the hosts from 25 yards out #STKLIV — Premier League
Good morning Stokies... Yes, yesterday was not a dream, we did beat Liverpool 6-1 in emphatic fashion 🔴⚪️ #SCFC #COYP http://t.co/eODOhfNKzN — Stoke City FC
Stoke 6-1 Liverpool. @LFC legend Steven Gerrard ended with his 120th #BPL goal - and his heaviest #BPL defeat http://t.co/YgZuY6e81l — Premier League
Having watched Everton and Liverpool for the past ten months I'm absolutely delighted to see the end of this season. Truly mediocre. — Tony Barrett
Thanks to Liverpool fans for this year .... I m loading for next season. — Mario Balotelli
Jürgen Klopp to take a sabbatical for at least six months, so no chance of him joining Liverpool in the summer (via @BILD_Sport) #lfc — Marcus Christenson
Liverpool's 6-1 dismantling at the hands of Stoke was their biggest Premier League defeat since 1992. #SSNHQ http://t.co/cFYWuOc2im — Sky Sports News HQ
STO 6-1 LIV (FT) - Peor derrota del Liverpool en un partido de Primera División desde el 15.04.1963 (Tottenham 7-2 Liverpool) — MisterChip (Alexis)
FULL-TIME Stoke 6-1 Liverpool. Mark Hughes' side finish with a best-ever #BPL points tally after an emphatic win http://t.co/mMiqRTibCk — Premier League
FT Stoke 6-1 Liverpool - not the farewell Steven Gerrard would have wanted... http://t.co/yog9LvKyBf #LFC #SCFC http://t.co/E3wkhbJSky — BBC Sport

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