Mumbai police launched a safety campaign after Liverpool defeated Barcelona in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League match. Liverpool made an unbelievable comeback after they lost their first aggregate match against Barcelona by 3-0. Barcelona conceived some very easy goals as their defenders were probably taking a nap.
Mumbai police who often shares some humorous safety regulations took a jibe at Barcelona. Mumbai police took to their official Twitter account to share the campaign as they captioned it, “Be it the road to a final, or way back home - being distracted cost dear even to the mightiest. It can cost you dearly too. #SafetyGoals #LIVBAR.”
The goal was scored by Divock Origi in the 79th minute as Alexander Arnold distracted Barcelona defenders by first walking away from the ball as if he was not going to take the corner but then he came back hard at the ball only to find Origi near the nets and he did no mistake in putting the ball inside.
At the start of the second game Liverpool needed a win by a margin of four goals to qualify for the finals and the reds did not disappoint their fans as they took the match away from the Spanish giant.
In a post-match press conference, Barcelona striker Luis Suarez said that his defenders played like ‘school boys’ and we as a team take full responsibility of the loss.