Liverpool fans celebrate at Anfield after 'Wolves supporters spread fake news over Brighton goal against Man City'

LIVERPOOL fans were left fooled by Wolves supporters during their final Premier League fixture.

On a day of tension where the Reds faithful were eager to know what was going on in Man City's clash at Brighton, they were given a shot of false hope.

With the score evenly poised at 0-0 at the Amex Wolves fans reportedly spread news at Anfield that City had fallen behind – when in fact they hadn't.

Football journalist Sam Cunningham tweeted: "Suggestion that Wolves supporters are starting up the fake Brighton goal celebrations at Anfield, setting off the rest of the stadium."

Reds supporters were jumping for joy minutes later though, when Glenn Murray nodded Brighton ahead after 27 minutes.

But Liverpool's delight quickly turned to disappointment as two goals inside the space of ten minutes turned the game around for City.

Sergio Aguero latched onto a wonderfully weighted ball from David Silva to slide home before Aymeric Laporte powered home a header from a corner.

Riyad Mahrez and Ilkay Gundogan then scored a screamer apiece to confirm their side as 2018-19 champions.

After Liverpool had gone ahead through Sadio Mane – his 21st of the season – the atmosphere fell a little flat at Anfield.

They went on to win 2-0 thanks to a second from Mane – but missed out on their first-ever Premier League crown.

Their last league crown came in 1990, before the Prem's inception.

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