The Reds could have gone seven points clear at the top of the Premier League with 14 games left but were held 1-1 by the Foxes, thanks to Maguire's neat finish at Anfield.
Walker could not resist in poking fun at City's rivals for the title, using the same image which sparked a succession of memes regarding the Three Lions centre-back during the World Cup in the summer.
Alongside the picture in question showing Maguire, after England's penalty shoot-out win over Colombia, appearing to chat-up girlfriend Fern Hawkins, Walker wrote on Twitter: "So basically, they thought they were going to go seven points ahead….."
However, Walker – who has a chequered record on social media – has since deleted the tweet.
After Maguire scored the opener in England's 2-0 quarter-final win over Sweden, Walker posted on Twitter in July: "Yeah so a good header doesn’t hurt. I mean the moment you head it proper, you feel it’s a good one. Know what I mean love?"
Social media was awash with memes including the image during the summer as Maguire became an unlikely hero of Gareth Southgate's team.
Another post has been met with approval by Maguire himself, after his brother re-posted a different meme.
Laurence Maguire retweeted a meme which read: "It's no big deal but I single-handedly kept the Premier League title race alive."
Maguire Snr subsequently responded with two laughing emojis.
Despite having to remove the tweet, there has been ample reaction from football fans to Walker stoking the fire with Liverpool ahead of the final four months of the campaign.
Twitter user Tom wrote: "Kyle Walker posting an ill-advised swipe at a title rival that will almost certainly end in humiliation proves he's still got a hell of a lot of Spurs in him."
Everton fan Jack added: "Blaming Kyle Walker for everything that’s going to happen come May."
And Tom meanwhile has lamented any angry reaction towards Walker, insisting: "That Kyle Walker tweet was funny. Unbelievable how seriously people take this website."
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