Turns out that when Liverpool do walk alone, they end up throwing away a two-goal lead.
We're pretty sure that most football fans will have agreed with the decision by many Liverpool fans to walk out of their game with Sunderland at Anfield.
After the Reds chiefs decided to hike ticket prices up to £77 and introduce a season ticket worth £1,029 - almost £54 per game - Liverpool fans planned a walkout to show everyone what they think of the price increase.
And for the fans who did the walkout in the 77th minute, they got to see their side score twice against Sunderland, with goals from Roberto Firmino and Adam Lallana.
With a reported 10,000 fans walking out and leaving their side 13 minutes to see out the rest of the game, we reckon most fans will have thought three points were coming their way.
The thing is, fate really was not on Liverpool's side and it appears that when the Reds players do walk alone, it doesn't go very well for them.
Why? Well, four minutes after the walkout, Adam Johnson pegged one back for the Black Cats, before Jermain Defoe rescued a point by scoring in the 89th minute.
As you can imagine, fans showed no mercy on Twitter and had a right good laugh at Liverpool's luck:
Nice of Liverpool's defenders to show solidarity and join the fans leaving the game early today. #LFC— James Martin (@Pundamentalism) February 6, 2016
Did Liverpool's defence walk out in the 77th minute as well?— Paul (@GoonerPaulG) February 6, 2016
Like thousands of Liverpool fans, Mignolet left in the 77th minute.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) February 6, 2016
Good to see Liverpool have a walkout protested about ticket prices!! Was it just me or did Mignolet join the walk out protest too?!?— Curtis (@CurtiZSe7eN) February 7, 2016
Nice of the Liverpool defence and Mignolet to join the 77th minute walk out#MOTD— Deano Baggio (@DiscoDean7) February 6, 2016
Nice of the Liverpool defence to walk out on 77 minutes to show solidarity with the fans.— Tom Livermore (@tomsbfc) February 6, 2016