Quinn Curran went viral on social media after an unlikely exchange with Liverpool star Dominik Szoboszlai.
The American was a passenger in a taxi with his wife, Darlene, as they shared a ride with two Hungarians - which proved to include one of Szoboszlai's former team-mates Kovacs Levente.
Curran posted a video on X, formerly known as Twitter, early on Saturday morning (September 23), which was viewed more than two million times and shared around the world.
The Utah native, who is an Official Supporters Club member of Liverpool's Las Vegas branch, found his love of football, swapping American Football and Basketball, after living in Ireland in his 20s.
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His love of the Reds was sparked by watching their clashes with Manchester United during limited coverage in the United States and a rendition of 'You'll Never Walk Alone' at half-time of the 2005 Champions League final in Istanbul.
With the name 'LFC Elvis' on social media, Curran changed it on the platform after he travelled to Paris for the 2021/22 final dressed as the 'Hound Dog' singer.
Curran tries to catch as many matches home and away with the focus on whether there is a Liverpool Supporters Club in the region. While away games feel like he is in the Kop, nothing quite compares to the "Mecca" that is Anfield, he tells the ECHO.
The meeting with Szoboszlai's friends was a chance one. It was only a week before Jurgen Klopp's side were scheduled to face the Austrian Bundesliga side LASK that Curran and his wife were offered tickets by one of their friends for the Group E opener.Read on liverpoolecho.co.uk