Thiago jokes learning Scouse lingo is ‘more difficult than the Champions League’ as he surprises school kids with Spanish lesson… before being grilled on ‘scran’, ‘boss’ and ‘webs’
- Thiago surprised a group of school children with a virtual Spanish lesson
- The Spaniard tested the kids on their basics before the tables were turned
- They asked the Liverpool midfielder what certain Scouse expressions meant
- He joked that learning Scouse was ‘more difficult than the Champions League’
Thiago surprised a group of school kids with a Spanish lesson where he joked that learning Scouse lingo is ‘more difficult than the Champions League‘.
But Thiago was then grilled on his understanding of Scouse words and expressions, with hilarious results.
Thiago surprised a group of school kids with a Spanish lesson where he tested their basics
The Liverpool midfielder was then grilled on his understanding of Scouse words and phrases
He joked that learning the Merseyside dialect was ‘more difficult than the Champions League’
After guessing that ‘webs’ were boots, Thiago threw his arms up in the air in celebration and said: ‘It’s more difficult than the Champions League, this’.
The video also featured the midfield maestro attempting to say typical phrases in the Merseyside dialect such as ‘Those were a pair of boss webs there, lad’.
Other expressions Thiago was quizzed on included ‘scran’, ‘boss’, ‘proper devoed’ and ‘me head’s chocka’.
He put the class through their paces with some essential Spanish phrases while teaching them how to say ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ in Spanish – ‘nunca caminarás solo’.
The Spaniard then fielded questions from the children, with one girl asking him how much he earned per month.
The Spaniard burst out laughing when one of the children asked how much he earned
The midfield maestro also taught the kids how to say ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ in Spanish
‘Enough to live, enough to live!’ Thiago said after bursting out laughing at the question.
Another boy asked Thiago what the greatest achievement in his career to date was.
‘I think the greatest achievement was the Champions League that I won with Bayern [Munich] last year,’ he replied.
‘But for sure the biggest achievement is when you play your first game as a professional.’
Thiago announced that Joie Baby would donate new laptops to the school to help with learning as part of the Kop Kids initiative from Liverpool.