Liverpool star Fabinho's WAG posts pool table snap as he returns for Genk clash

Fabinho is set to return to the midfield for the Champions League clash at Anfield


Posted Wednesday, November 06, 2019 by Dailystar.co.uk

Liverpool star Fabinho’s wife shared a pic sharpening her pool skills as he returned to the starting lineup against Genk.

The Brazilian midfielder was rested for the 2-1 victory over Aston Villa as manager Jurgen Klopp rotates his squad and now steps back in for the Champions League clash.

Fabinho is a driving force in the centre of the pitch as Liverpool battle Napoli for top spot in Group E.

Fabinho’s wife Rebeca Tavares, a big Liverpool fan who regularly cheers on the team at Anfield, has been practicing her own shooting skills on a pool table.

Liverpool star Fabinho's WAG posts pool table snap as he returns for Genk clash
Rebeca sharpens her pool skills

She shared a snap on Tuesday where she is posing with cue in hand looking to take a shot.

Rebeca frequently posts Instagram snaps from her daily life and has over 104,000 followers.


She is good friends with the partners of Liverpool’s other two Brazilians Roberto Firmino and Alisson and they often share photos together.

Rebeca uploaded a pic last week with Firmino’s wife Larissa Pereira and Alisson’s partner Natalia Becker.

Liverpool star Fabinho's WAG posts pool table snap as he returns for Genk clash
Rebeca shares post with Larissa and Natalia

Larissa has also been busy on Instagram posting a hot selfie in London on Tuesday.

A Liverpool win over Genk would see them need only another point to guarantee a place in the next round.

Liverpool will be looking for top spot in the group and currently trail Napoli by a point after losing away in Italy 2-0. They take on Napoli at home on November 27 where they can get revenge.

Liverpool star Fabinho's WAG posts pool table snap as he returns for Genk clash
Rebecca regularly posts pics from her jet-set lifestyle (Image: Instagram)

The Reds take face a key Premier League clash with Man City at the weekend but Klopp says the team will not be distracted against Genk.

He said: “The story the boys wrote in the past three years was only possible because we were always focused on the next game.

He added: "We have bigger ambitions in this competition than Tuesday night so we have to be 100% spot on.”



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