Rangers fans savage chant tells everyone what they think of Anfield atmosphere

Rangers fans made their views on the Anfield atmosphere perfectly clear during their Champions League defeat to Liverpool.

The Gers didn't have too much to shout about on the pitch, going down 2-0 thanks to a superb free-kick from Trent Alexander-Arnold and a penalty from Mohamed Salah. But their fans enjoyed themselves in the stands, taking the mickey at Liverpool's expense.

With Rangers 1-0 behind towards the end of the first half, BT Sport captured the travelling fans as they burst into a mocking rendition of: "Where's your famous atmosphere." It was a view echoed on social media by Gers supporters.

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"Famous Anfield atmosphere my b*******," wrote one. As someone else noticed: "Rangers fans sing where's your famous atmosphere."

A third user added: "So much for the 'famous' anfield atmosphere! Apart from first 10 minutes it's been dead. Tinpot club with its tourist fans." Another person commented: "The famous Anfield atmosphere is one of footballs biggest myths."

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Others said: "Famous Anfield atmosphere? All I have heard so far tonight is the Rangers support." And: "Atmosphere so famous the Liverpool bench can sleep through it."

Despite the tremendous travelling support of their fans, Rangers couldn't lay a glove on Liverpool on a difficult night at Anfield. The Reds cruised to a much-needed victory thanks to goals in either half from Alexander-Arnold and Salah.

Alexander-Arnold, who has been the subject of criticism this season, put the hosts in front after just seven minutes with a trademark free-kick. Liverpool had chances to build on their lead but were left frustrated by an inspired performance from Allan McGregor.

However, there was nothing the veteran Scot could do in the 53rd minute as Salah finally doubled Liverpool's lead from the penalty spot after Leon King fouled Luis Diaz.

Victory moved Jurgen Klopp's side up to second in Group A, above Ajax who suffered a surprise 6-1 home defeat against runaway group leaders Napoli.


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