You'll never 'Coke' alone: Twitteratti trolls Liverpool after Europa League final loss to Sevilla

It was heartache for Liverpool in the Europa League final on Wednesday night, after a spirited Sevilla fightback in the second half stunned the men from the Merseyside. Leading 1-0 at the break through a delightful Daniel Sturridge goal, a Coke inspired Sevilla rallied to a 3-1 win at the end of ninety minutes to complete a hat-trick of Europa League crowns.

FP Sports May 19, 2016 15:10:36 IST
You'll never 'Coke' alone: Twitteratti trolls Liverpool after Europa League final loss to Sevilla

Basel: It was heartache for Liverpool in the Europa League final on Wednesday night, after a spirited Sevilla fightback in the second half stunned the men from the Merseyside. Leading 1-0 at the break through a delightful Daniel Sturridge goal, a Coke inspired Sevilla rallied to a 3-1 win at the end of ninety minutes to complete a hat-trick of Europa League crowns.

Distraught and disheartened by Liverpool's second half collapse, Liverpool fans took to Twitter to vent their disappointment, with their Spanish full-back Alberto Moreno at the receiving end from fans and pundits alike.

Coke's heroics brought up the funny side of Twitteratti as Liverpool got trolled left, right and center.

Here are some of the best posts from Twitter:

What a 'Stur't to the night!

Sturridge had Liverpool fans in dreamland after a sensational first half goal

No problem, there is always an option of Coke

No more, Moreno

Even Jamie Carragher couldn't hold himself back

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