Harry Wilson responds to angry fans after he wore Liverpool coat at Anfield

Bournemouth supporters were far from happy when they spotted Harry Wilson wearing a Liverpool coat while watching the match.

TV cameras showed the Reds loanee watching his parent club go up against his current team-mates.

Wilson was ineligible to play for Eddie Howe’s side on Saturday due to his loan from Liverpool.

And the playmaker’s absence hurt the relegation-threatened Cherries as they fell to a 2-1 defeat on Merseyside.

Liverpool fought back from a goal down to beat Bournemouth and extend their lead to 25 points at the top of the table.

While Cherries fans were left frustrated with the outcome, it was Wilson who left them unimpressed.

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The fact he wore a Liverpool coat while in the crowd, despite being a Bournemouth player until the end of the season, did not go down well.

The 22-year-old has today responded to those supporters who questioned this attire.

Wilson wrote on Twitter on Sunday: "Fantastic effort from the boys yesterday and brilliant backing from the travelling Bournemouth fans.

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"Deserved more from the game but we keep fighting.

"I'm aware TV footage of me in an LFC coat has angered a few people.

"Honestly, it was nothing more than I was cold and a member of the LFC staff offered me a jacket in a moment I couldn't disturb the Bournemouth guys working the game.

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"Can't wait for next Saturday to be back playing."

Wilson will be back in action for Bournemouth next Saturday when they host Crystal Palace in a must-win match.

What his future holds at Liverpool, though, remains to be seen.

Jurgen Klopp must decide whether to keep him as part of Liverpool’s first-team squad for the 2020/21 campaign, loan him out again or move Wilson on permanently.

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