Boston Red Sox star Xander Bogaerts took Liverpool's protest against FSG right to the face of owner John W Henry.
With Henry in the media room after a Red Sox victory against Toronto, Bogaerts appeared in a Liverpool shirt on the day it was announced the club had withdrawn their support from the Super League breakaway.
"Total coincidence for this shirt, just so you guys know," he laughed.
Before continuing: "I don't play soccer but I like it the way it is.
"Why would you put so many of those awesome teams to be in one league? It's special when Liverpool plays Real Madrid maybe one time a year. Or one time in every four years in the Champions League. Now you're going to play them every year? it's more special if it happens occasionally."
After the media conference, Henry filmed his apology to Liverpool fans.
Come for Xander Bogaerts talking into a muted mic, stay for Jonny Miller's laugh and Xander's reaction to said laugh. pic.twitter.com/2ZXBIH0ItD
— Brendan Campbell (@brendan_camp) April 21, 2021