Jurgen Klopp hailed a “perfect night” as Liverpool welcomed fans back to Anfield with a 4-0 thrashing of Wolves.
The winners of the Premier League treated the 2,000 fans present at Anfield to a convincing victory over Wolves.
Recently, according to the tiered exclusion structure of the UK government, the town of Liverpool has been put in Tier 2 and 2,000 fans were allowed to attend the game on Sunday.
With this fans were allowed to attend matches for the first time since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
“It was a really perfect night, to be honest,” the Liverpool manager told Amazon Prime Sport.
“If 10 months ago somebody would have told us we had a home game and only 2,000 people will show up we would have thought, ‘Okay, proper crisis, the football must be really bad’.”
“And now tonight it was so enjoyable, it was so nice. We came out for warming up and we all had goosebumps, it was like ‘Oh my God!’”
“I said to the boys in the meeting before that we will have no idea how it will be, so if it’s good we have to use it, and if it’s bad we have to ignore it. So that’s how it is.”