As Liverpool celebrated with the Premier League trophy last week, one of the champions' senior players was reportedly heard on camera mocking Manchester United using expletives.
The Reds made history when they were confirmed as champions with seven matches remaining in the Premier League, and finally lifted the trophy last week following a thrilling 5-3 win over Chelsea at Anfield.
The Merseyside club's players were in a jovial mood as they celebrated with the silverware, especially veteran midfielder James Milner, who had just claimed his third EPL title after previously achieving league success twice with Manchester City.
However, amid the revelry, the former England international could be heard talking about Liverpool's trophy win with some of his teammates on Georginio Wijnaldum's Instagram Live stream, and reportedly aimed a jab at the Red Devils, saying: "First time I ever wanted a red ribbon (on the trophy). It's always been United before. F****** w*******."
The ex-England international, now 34, has spent a lot of his career as a rival to the Manchester club, having burst on to the scene with Leeds United, another one of the 20-time English champions' old enemies, as a teenager in 2004, and again later when he joined City in 2010.
Since his move to the Reds in 2015, Milner has played 214 matches and won four trophies, including the UEFA Champions League title.
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