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Have a Blast With This Manchester United-Liverpool 360 Fan Pic

man united liverpool 600x369 Have a Blast With This Manchester United Liverpool 360 Fan Pic

Manchester United’s victory against Liverpool last week was memorable for a few different reasons — Daniel Sturridge’s first league goal for Liverpool, the return of Fabio Borini from injury as well as Manchester United’s convincing win despite the late rally by the Reds. One more reason it was memorable is that the vast majority of the 75,501 crowd that day were photographed using a hi-resolution camera that took a 360 degrees photo.

Whether you were there that day or not, the “360 Fan Pic” is certainly a lot of fun to zoom in to see if you can spot your mates or someone famous.

Who can you zoom in and find? In the expensive seats near the center of Old Trafford’s South Stand (opposite the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand), I found Peter Schmeichel, David Gill and a British TV actor who — I forgot his name — looks very much like Hugh Laurie (a few seats to the right of Gill).

Take a look and have some fun with this great tool.

Play the 360 Fan Pic of Manchester United-Liverpool now.

H/T Thanks to reader Tony Butterworth for the news tip.


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