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'A really special moment': Fabinho picks out favourite Reds memory

Fabinho has one Liverpool moment that he puts above all the others. The Brazilian certainly has his fair share to choose from.

Fabinho has already achieved so much since joining Liverpool for £39m back in 2018. Season one – winning the Champions League. Season two – an historic Premier League title.

He’s now reached 100 games for Liverpool, too, and did so playing centre-half. Because it’s not enough that Fabinho is a world-class defensive midfielder, he has to be an elite defender, too.

But through all of this success, what stands out as his favourite moment over those 100 games? Fabinho managed to pick one out in an interview with Liverpoolfc.com.

“If I have to say one special moment, I would say the game against Barcelona,” he said.

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“After the game, when all the players and staff sung You’ll Never Walk Alone with the fans, it was a really special moment.

“I’ve said to all my friends, if I had to pick one where the fans really made a difference, it would be the first game in my mind.

“From the beginning of that game until the end of it, they were really one extra player for us. Those moments we shared after the game were very, very special.”

What RTK has to say

Out of everything Fabinho has seen and done in Red, we can absolutely support this choice for his favourite moment. It’s a night none of us will ever forget – fans or players.

It was the defining moment of the Champions League win and, arguably, Jurgen Klopp’s entire reign. Without that incredible, unlikely, impossible win over Barcelona, nothing that followed happens.

Certainly no European crown but we doubt we’d have seen such an incredible Premier League campaign on the back of it.

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And the YNWA that followed the win felt like that. It felt as though Liverpool had ascended to the highest level, that the club was finally back on top.

It’s one of the most incredible moments in the history of LFC and we doubt Fabinho is alone in picking this one.

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