Fans of Liverpool and Everton are divided over a controversial Christmas gift handed to a Reds fan.
Virgil van Dijk had his season ended when he injured his ACL in a tackle from Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford earlier this season.
The hot-tempered Merseyside derby has been a talking point between fans in the region ever since.
And with rivalries still going fierce, one Liverpool fan received a gift that split the opinion of supporters on Christmas Day.
The unnamed fan is said to have been given a framed image of the tackle which left Van Dijk stricken.
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The image of the picture was shared on Twitter by an Everton fan, who wrote: "Me mate just got this."
Responses from fans of numerous clubs were spectacular.
Everton fans enjoyed the dig, with one saying: "Fantastic. Although not nice to make fun of the deceased."
Another added: "Great present."
While a further fan added: "Love to see it."
But Liverpool fans were contrasted in their opinions, with plenty making reference to '1995' – the year Everton last won a major trophy.
One Liverpool supporter said: "Most exciting thing the bitters have done in 25 years."
Another added: "Imagine being that s*** of a club that this is the best thing you've got to celebrate."
While a neutral fan added: "The best thing about this is the reaction of Liverpool fans."
Other Liverpool fans shared pictures of gifts which they had received – with many being pictures of Liverpool lifting trophies over recent years.
The second Merseyside derby of the season takes place on the weekend of 20/21 February.
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