Bournemouth’s Harry Wilson wears Liverpool tracksuit in the stands as he watches parent club take on his loan team – The Sun03/07/2020
BOURNEMOUTH winger Harry Wilson was spotted wearing a Liverpool tracksuit as his loan side faced his parent club at Anfield.
Wilson is currently on a season-long loan deal at Bournemouth from the Reds but was spotted wearing his parent club's colours as he took in the Premier League clash from the stands.
Wilson was wearing a jacket with the Liverpool badge clearly visible and looked more like a member of Jurgen Klopp's backroom staff than a current Bournemouth player.
The image certainly caused a stir on social media with both Liverpool and Bournemouth supporters having their say.
Cherries fans were not best pleased to see their current midfield star donning the colours of Liverpool during the match.
One said: "Harry Wilson wearing a Liverpool jacket while on loan for us is a disgrace. Shouldn't play for us again #afcb."
Another football fan tweeted: "Does Harry Wilson think he's gonna get a Premier League winners medal for wearing a Liverpool training jacket?"
Liverpool supporters seemed to love the image of Welsh ace Wilson in their kit – many even suggested he bared a striking resemblance to Liverpool's legendary former striker Fernando Torres.
One tweeted: "Is that Harry Wilson or Fernando Torres? Why is he wearing a Liverpool coat?"
The 22-year-old Welshman has impressed during his time on the south coast with the Cherries.
He has been a regular in Eddie Howe's side since temporarily swapping Anfield for the Vitality Stadium in the summer.
Wilson has made 23 appearances in the Premier League for Bournemouth – with only four of those coming as a replacement off the bench.
He has repaid the faith shown in him by Howe by scoring seven league goals for his new side.
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