From shoving Lionel Messi, confronting Cristiano Ronaldo and even Liverpool hero Luis Suarez– Andy Robertson has actually endeared himself to fans for more than his efficiencies at left-back

After several years of yearning for a top class left-back, Liverpool fans have been genuinely spoilt by Andy Robertson’s expertise.

Robertson, who was signed from Hull for a paltry ₤ 8million in 2017, has established himself as one of the world’s best in his position.

At 27, there should be much more to come from Robertson


At 27, there need to be a lot more to come from Robertson

Along with Trent Alexander-Arnold, he’s changed the significance of what’s anticipated of a full-back in a formidable Liverpool side that’s won the Premier League and Champions League in recent seasons.

Off the pitch he’s likewise been a credit, earning the ‘ working class hero’ nickname thanks to his voluntary work at Liverpool’s foodbank in Christmas 2018 and he’s likewise revealed he’s a terrific character through different jobs with the club’s media channels.

But amid all that joking around and honorable work, there’s a darkness to his character that frequently surface areas throughout Reds matches. has actually recognized a few memorable celebrations that’s endeared Robertson, who’s developed something of a fondness for an excellent old little what some may call’s housery’, to Liverpool fans.

There have been some chaotic as well as outstanding moments along the way

There have been some disorderly along with outstanding moments along the method

Run Robbo, run!

Robertson didn’t slot into Liverpool’s beginning XI straight away. Alberto Moreno was initially chosen by Jurgen Klopp (yes, actually).

But an injury to the Spaniard provided the Scot his huge chance and he never recalled. The minute Robertson truly got here as a Liverpool gamer was throughout a 4-3 win over Manchester City in January2018


A timeless Premier League encounter saw goals from all angles fly in but it was a run from Robertson that got the Anfield crowd bouncing like they ‘d just put a fifth previous Pep Guardiola’s side.

It began on the midway line as Robertson looked to dispossess Bernardo Silva. The ball was repeated to Kyle Walker, then John Stones, then Ederson and then played forward to Nicolas Otamendi.

Robertson’s incessant chasing of the ball was the continuous because flurry which was eventually ended by his overzealous deal with on Otamendi but it was the best example of a solo Geggenpress.

He also had a little nibble at former Liverpool gamer Raheem Sterling earlier in the match which decreased well with the Reds faithful.

Messi-ing with his head

Every Liverpool fan knows where they were throughout that unbelievable 4-0 win over Barcelona in the Champions League last.

The similarity goalscorers Divock Origi and Georginio Wijnaldum will get the acclaims, as will Trent Alexander-Arnold for his cheeky corner which caused Origi’s winner however what Robertson did early doors was crucial in setting the tone for a miserable night for Barca.

It may not have actually been the most legal move but when both Robertson and Lionel Messi were both felled by Fabinho’s company tackle on the Argentine, the Liverpool protector offered the excellent man’s head a sly shove while as play resumed.

Robertson has actually since come out and stated he regrets doing it but offered the method the Barcelona players played the match in a hypnotic trance that night, it had actually the desired effect.

Liverpool went all-out from the off, with Fabinho flying into Messi leaving him and Robertson on the floor

Liverpool went full-blown from the off, with Fabinho flying into Messi leaving him and Robertson on the flooring

Both went tumbling down from the tone-setting challenge


Both went tumbling below the tone-setting obstacle

Robertson was little too pleased with his teammate’s well-timed and hefty intervention, taking his excitement out on Messi


Robertson was little too delighted with his colleague’s well-timed and hefty intervention, taking his enjoyment out on Messi


Robertson didn’t complete that match having been forced off at half time with an injury from a clash with Messi’s colleague and friend Luis Suarez.

When quizzed about the clash, a triumphant Robertson stated after Liverpool’s well-known win: “Who’s going to the final?”

However it was a laugh Robertson let loose as reporter Des Kelly was asking his question that made it among the iconic on-pitch interviews.

A smirk only a Liverpool fan could love

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A laugh just a Liverpool fan might love

Don’t press it

This one is controversial. To the naked eye, it looks like Ayoze Perez has massively overreacted to Robertson celebrating Liverpool’s late win over Leicester in October2019


But on closer evaluation, it appears Robertson brushed the side of the Leicester forward in among the more subtle cases of’s housery.’

What occurred next was extremely clear to see– Perez pressed Robertson with what looked like whatever he had and a big brawl including practically every gamer from both sides taken place.

Not even VAR might conclusively call whether Robertson was the assailant though.

Andy Robertson appeared to gently push Ayoze Perez after James Milner secured all three points for Liverpool


Andy Robertson appeared to carefully press Ayoze Perez after James Milner secured all 3 points for Liverpool

Perez duly pushed Robertson back with much more gusto


Perez properly pressed Robertson back with a lot more gusto

The shove then caused almost every player on the pitch getting involved

The push then triggered practically every player on the pitch getting included


Liverpool fans enjoy him because he’s got the back of his boys, too– any time and any location.

After Sadio Hair was incredibly denied a free-kick in stoppage-time of the 2019 Club World Cup last, he had a bit of afters with Flamengo player Rafinha after the final whistle.

Before extra-time began, Robertson was recorded reassuring Hair that he ‘d get the Brazilian.

And Robertson showed he’s a man of his word when he pushed the previous Bayern Munich guy to the ground off the ball, a good couple of seconds after he Rafinha played a pass. Charming stuff.

Robertson has Mane’s back on that left-hand side

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Robertson has Hair’s back on that left-hand side


Robertson hasn’t avoided challenging Messi in the past, so he ‘d certainly have no problem with offering it to Cristiano Ronaldo

After Ronaldo’s naughty toss out at colleague Curtis Jones, Robertson was straight over to let the Manchester United star the error of his methods.

Later, when Mohamed Salah put Liverpool 5-0 up, Robertson was heard advising his teammates to reveal no grace on their arch-rivals.

Doesn’t matter how many Ballon d’Ors you have, Robertson will come at you if you’ve done wrong


Does not matter the number of Ballon d’Ors you have, Robertson will come at you if you have actually done incorrect

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