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Fans were understandably buzzing with excitement to watch Klopp and his men do battle in Indiana and serenaded them with a powerful rendition of You'll Never Walk Alone as they stepped onto the pitch.

Scarves were held up around the ground in traditional Anfield fashion as Liverpool mascot Mighty Red stood in front of the crowds leading the song. By Connor Dunn.


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What's the best club song of all time? Two weeks later it was No.

The song spent four weeks at No. So how could that be?

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A lament sung for the family of Carousel 's male lead Billy Bigelow, who dies during an attempted robbery, the song was popular and effective right from the start; no less a songsmith than Irving Berlin compared it to the 23rd Psalm "The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want". It was subsequently adopted by Celtic fans, after a Cup Winners Cup semi-final at Anfield, and is sung today by fans of Borussia Dortmund and several other clubs, but 'YNWA' remains enduringly and indelibly linked with Liverpool. Check out where YNWA finished in our 50 best football chants here.