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Warnock had written Liverpool off

Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund faced off in what was one of the most exciting Europa League matches in the history of the European competition with a total of 7 goals being scored throughout the 94 minutes of playing time.

Borussia Dortmund took an early lead as they scored twice during the opening 10 minutes of the match.

Former youth player of the Liverpool academy team, Stephen Warnock stated that it was at this time when he thought it was all over for the team he used to perform in during his earlier playing career.
Unfortunately for Stephen Warnock, he didn’t watch how Liverpool made a stunning comeback in the 2nd half as the Premier League club scored 4 goals and managed to scrap past Borussia Dortmund as they eliminated the Germans from the European competition in a match that is likely to go down as one of the best and most thrilling in the history of the Europa League.

Liverpool were drawn against Villareal for the semi-finals of the Europa League which is scheduled to be played on April 28 and the 2nd leg on May 5. Liverpool are at Evens to progress according to the latest betting at 12bet.

When the match was over, Warnock went on to twitter as he wrote: “Can't believe at 0-2 down I decided to go and watch my daughters swimming thinking it was game over #neverdoubtthereds”
Warnock spent around 5 years performing for Liverpool before going on to join a number of different clubs including: Bradford City, Coventry City, Blackburn Rovers and Aston Villa just to name a few.

The 34 year old defender is currently playing with Wigan Athletic on a loan deal which lasts until the end of the season.

Even though it’s been over 8 years since Stephen Warnock and he has joined a number of distinct clubs throughout his playing career, he still remains being a supporter of Liverpool as it was the first top European club that he performed in.