Ahead of Roberto Firmino’s departure from Liverpool this summer, a new mural has been unveiled in honour of the legendary No. 9. Produced by local artists MurWalls, the mural is located on the corner of Rockfield Road and Anfield Road, near to the King Harry pub and Mo Salah’s mural. Accompanying two depictions of the striker are the words ‘Si Senor’, which have become synonymous with Firmino and were sung for over 20 minutes in the recent 3-0 win at Leicester.
Firmino has been an integral part of Liverpool’s success in recent years, having won the Premier League, the Champions League, the FA Cup, the Club World Cup, the UEFA Super Cup and the Community Shield in his eight seasons at Anfield. He has made more appearances for the Reds than many other iconic players since the club was founded in 1892, and his departure will be a sad one. However, supporters can now cherish their memories of Bobby with a trip to the mural.