We really do love a rowdy football crowd, we want songs, shouting and general antics from everyone sat in the stands, and we want it for 90 minutes.
And there are plenty of stadiums where you can get such an experience. We're all told that Liverpool's Anfield has one of the best atmospheres around, in fact it's 'famous'.
So you'd imagine that Liverpool fans would be up for every game, even if it is a Capital One Cup game against Eddie Howe's AFC Bournemouth.
However, when Jurgen Klopp's side got going - with a solitary effort from Nathaniel Clyne 17 minutes in ultimately enough to get them over the line - Anfield was eerily silent, so silent in fact that you could hear players shouting for the ball and conversations between fans!
What on earth has happened?
Well, as you can imagine, Twitter got hold of Anfield's deathly silence and were quick to troll Liverpool and their 'famous' atmosphere
And here are some of the best:
Top Corner (@HITCtopcorner) October 28, 2015
The atmosphere at Anfield is such a myth, you can here the players asking for the ball— cammy (@cammymcdonald67) October 28, 2015
Atmosphere at anfield is awful!— samcherryyy (@samcherryyy) October 28, 2015
Seems really quiet at Anfield eh— Lukey T COYI (@westhammers78) October 28, 2015
Woeful atmosphere at Anfield. You can almost hear people ordering their pies at the refreshment stand.— Liam (@thatmonokid) October 28, 2015
You can hear individual conversations in the Anfield crowd— Josh Horsley (@DeleAllidin) October 28, 2015
Why is Anfield so quiet? Honestly sounds like a training session— Rohit (@R0hitJ) October 28, 2015
Anfield was so quiet in the first half you could hear Jurgen Klopp ordering a pie and bovril. #LFC— Top Corner (@HITCtopcorner) October 28, 2015
Any danger of the crowd at anfield singing tonight? #mutes— Alex Raistrick (@AlexRaistrick1) October 28, 2015