The Reds faithful walked out in their thousands - and they have the backing of one of their former managers.
To highlight the fact some ticket prices will be as high as £77 at Anfield, fans walked out in the 77th minute against Sunderland.
They happened to be 2-0 up at the time but Liverpool capitulated after the walkout, ultimately drawing 2-2.
Liverpool Fans have every right to protest today, they've always stood up for what they believe in. LFC wouldn't be what it is without them.— ROY EVANS (@Roy_Evo) February 6, 2016
On the pitch the same old problems silly mistakes continue to haunt us. We need to be so much smarter with and without the ball.— ROY EVANS (@Roy_Evo) February 6, 2016
The fact the players collapsed so soon after the fans left in their droves proves the exact point supporters would have wanted to get across.
Without the fans, the team is nothing - and that is particularly resonant at a club with as strong a following as Liverpool.
The only problem, however, is whether FSG will listen. Unfortunately, history suggests they won't, while those blind to reality will simply criticise Reds fans for costing their club two points (when that was simply yet more evidence of the standard of these players and Liverpool's poor recruitment).