The game itself ended in frustration for City, who after two early goals from Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurðsson, hit back through Kelechi Iheanacho, but it wasn't enough for a point on Merseyside.
Throughout the day, though, the Blue Army continued to show their colours in new and inventive ways from the comfort of their own homes as they continue to adhere to COVID-19 safety guidelines.
The day started, as usual, with a brand new Twitter music album cover, with Ayoze Pérez starring on an LCFC-themed version of Circa Waves' 'Young Chasers'.
Throughout Wednesday, meanwhile, as it got closer and closer to kick-off, the Foxes faithful let us know how they'd be following Leicester's fourth game since football's return.
Antonis of the Hellenic Foxes supporter group, meanwhile, starred on our official Instagram story and provided the above photograph of his set-up at home in Greece.
my highlight of the week is knowing what album cover they decide to make each match. https://t.co/z3KL2yuYIg— grace💛#blm (@rangogracee) July 1, 2020
A platform for the Blue Army
Over previous weeks, the Club's supporters have sent in their video clips, which have been used across Leicester City's social media channels - and Wednesday was no different...
Moving on to Saturday
Naturally, the Foxes faithful were disappointment by the defeat to the Toffees, but the legends starring on LCFC TV's City On The Sofa say it's all still to play for this season...
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