Liverpool fans start social media campaign to persuade Prince Harry and Meghan to call Royal baby Divock

DIVOCK ORIGI was the undisputed King of Liverpool after his match-winning showing helped the Reds thrash Barcelona 4-0 to reach the Champions League final.

The Belgian's inspired double at Anfield may have even persuaded Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to make his title official by naming their new Royal baby after him.

The Catalans were cruising with a three-goal advantage but the 24-year-old scored either side of Georginio Wijnaldum's quickfire double to seal an incredible win.

The historic European night already captured the attention of Harry's brother William, who tweeted out his congratulations on an "incredible result" for Jurgen Klopp's side.

Now Liverpool fans have started a social media campaign for the rest of the Royal family to properly honour Origi for his heroic part in the dramatic encounter.

Harry and Meghan introduced Baby Sussex to the world today after the 37-year-old former Suits actress gave birth on Monday morning and Reds supporters are hopeful the two were inspired by the former Lille frontman.


One Liverpool fan tweeted: "If they don't name the new Royal baby Trent Georgino Divock Sussex I will be surprised."

Another supporter agreed with that post, writing: "I am reliably informed that the new Royal baby will be named 'Divock Gini'. Quite right!"

Origi, who was also the match winner against Newcastle last Saturday, sparked Liverpool's astonishing comeback last night after tapping in from close range.

After substitute Wijnaldum had drawn the Reds level on aggregate, it was the Belgian who once again netted a vital decider after Trent Alexander-Arnold's ingenious corner.

While his Anfield showing will unlikely be enough to convince footy-mad Harry, 34, to name his first born after him, one Liverpool fan made sure he had his own reminder.

A lad's wild celebrations on holiday ended up with him getting a late night tattoo of "Divock 19" inked on to his belly after a huge party in lively Magaluf.

Speaking after the match, Origi explained the fourth goal that has now cemented his place as a Liverpool legend after the club reached their ninth European final.

He said: "On the fourth goal, I knew that everyone was tired. These are things that have been done all year round in training.

"I had some great nights in my career but today, it's fantastic."



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