Luis Garcia trolls Chelsea fans with his clever Halloween costume
We've already shown you how some of Liverpool's current crop got into the spirit of things for Halloween over the weekend, but it's fair to say none of their efforts will be as well received with the club's supporters as Luis Garcia's inventive outfit.
The Spaniard is fondly remembered at Anfield for his three-year stint with the club between 2004 and 2007. During that time, he chalked up 18 goals for the club - none bigger than the controversial one he got in the Champions League semi-final meeting with Chelsea in 2005.
Although there is still to this day no conclusive proof that the ball crossed the line that day, it was awarded, and proved to be the only goal in either of the two legs between the sides. Liverpool went on to win their fifth European Cup in Istanbul a month later, with Garcia's decider in the semi-finals widely referred to as the 'ghost goal'.
And what better date to make reference to his ghost goal than on Halloween?
It might have taken some people a while to cotton on, but top marks for this one, Luis.
We're not entirely sure Chelsea supporters will see the funny side, though...
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