Former Liverpool hero Fernando Torres spoke of how emotional he was when fans located in the Kop started to belt out his chant during the All-Star charity game at Anfield on Sunday.
Torres returned to Anfield for the first time as a neutral, taking part in Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher’s event alongside many of his former team-mates.
Currently back at his hometown club Atletico Madrid, Torres said he was surprised to here the chant once again and vowed to never forget that moment.
“It was very emotional, I didn’t know how to react. I wasn’t expecting them to sing the song,” he told Liverpool’s official website.
“I still remember the great games we had here at Anfield in the Champions League, in the league and fighting for trophies. I have the song in my head, it was so important for me.
“Those three-and-a-half years changed my entire life and career. I remember the song from the Kop in important games. To hear that once again is something I will never, ever forget.”
Torres scored 86 goals for Liverpool and despite not winning a major trophy during his time at the club, the Spaniard was highly regarded as one of the best marksmen in Europe.
A move to rivals Chelsea left a sour taste among the Liverpool fan-base, but it seems as though the Anfield faithful have forgiven their prodigal son.