Former Liverpool defender Ragnar Klavan had fans up in arms with his latest display for Estonian side Paide Linnameeskon.
It comes after he was named Man of the Match in a goalless draw with title-chasing and defending champions Flora.
In what proved to be a crucial point for the Meistriliiga side, they made it back to back stalemates in their bid for UEFA Conference League Qualification.
Klavan, who signed for the Estonian side at the start of last month, helped his new club move closer to their opponents as the gap is now four points but Flora have two games in hand over the former Reds' side.
The Estonians Twitter account ran a poll with the ex-Red taking a vast majority of the votes with a whopping 89.7 per cent of the overall count.
Now 35, he became a cult hero at the Reds following his move from Augsburg in the Bundesliga with a number of iconic moments under Jurgen Klopp.
It seems that fans of the six-time Champions League winners are keeping an eye out on the centre-back, three years after his Anfield exit.
In what proved to be a scalp for Paide Linnameeskond, it was just their fifth draw in 45 clashes with the 13-time Estonian league winners with Paide coming out on top just once - which came six years ago in a 2-1 win.
Klavan's contract is due to expire in his native country in December next year, but it appears that the Estonian side have some new fans as well as finding themselves a club legend in the Liverpool cult hero.
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