Manchester United were given a reminder of Liverpool's recent Champions League victory as a plane carrying a banner flew above them ahead of an open training session at the WACA Ground in Perth on Thursday.
The plane cruised over Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's squad trailing the message: 'Liverpool FC - 6 X EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS.' Jurgen Klopp's side have huge support down under and made their presence felt with a dig at their rivals, who had 12,000 fans watching training and the provocative banner above them.
It was timed to absolute perfection, and highlighted just how big the rivalry is, even outside the United Kingdom.
Liverpool strengthened their standing as the most successful English club in Europe last season by winning their sixth Champions League title.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are now training for their opening pre-season fixture against Perth Glory on Saturday.
Both are good additions to the squad and fit into Solskjaer's philosophy of buying young British players.
A couple of videos of the Liverpool fans' stunt are below.
'Sometimes when go away you get new enthusiasm, energy and coming here, yes we know it's a long way to go, but that's part of being at Man Utd.
United failed to win a single trophy previous year and finished sixth in the English Premier League - a whopping 32 points behind winners Manchester City.