Liverpool fans watching Eurovision had quite the surprise when Ragnar Klavan popped up on their screens.
The former Reds defender was announcing Estonia’s points allocation for the night and even got in a couple of references to his old side.
“Hello amazing city of Liverpool, what a show, what a boss night,” he said in typical Scouse fashion.
“All of Estonia is sending strength to the people of Ukraine, you’ll never walk alone,” he added, referencing the club’s anthem.
Klavan played for Liverpool between 2016 and 2018, making 53 appearances and scoring two goals for Jurgen Klopp’s side.
The Estonia international failed to win a trophy with the Reds, but was a key part of Klopp building the side back to trophy contention, and he made the 2018 Champions League final.
Leaving later that summer he joined Cagliari in Italy, and then returned to Estonia where he retired from playing.
Media appearances aren’t rare for the 37-year-old, though, who was even a candidate on Estonia’s version of Dancing with the Stars.
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