Jamie Carragher delivers verdict on Twitter after Liverpool lose 3-1 to Sevilla

Jamie Carragher reacts on Twitter after Liverpool lose 3-1 to Sevilla in the Europa League final

Jamie Carragher paid credit to Sevilla after Liverpool suffered a 3-1 defeat in the Europa League final.

The Reds appeared to be heading for another glorious European night after Daniel Sturridge broke the deadlock in the first half with a sumptuous finish.

However, Alberto Moreno endured a second half to forget as his mistake led to Kevin Gameiro’s equaliser within 30 seconds of the restart.

Koke netted twice in six second-half minutes to secure Sevilla’s third successive Europa League crown and leave Liverpool disappointing in their second final of the season.

Former Liverpool defender Carragher delivered his thoughts on Twitter after having flown out to Basel to watch the Europa League final.

Carragher had earlier tweeted demanding the Liverpool board sign a new left-back in the summer transfer window after Moreno’s horror performance for the five-time European Cup winner.

The Liverpool legend posted the below tweet which he later deleted.

Jamie Carragher’s controversial tweet Photo: Jamie Carragher/Twitter

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