Liverpool are finally celebrating their first Premier League title and a first English championship in 30 years.
Jurgen Klopp’s men have been head and shoulders above all other contenders this term, and finally their title coronation is complete.
After Wednesday night’s 4-0 demolition of Crystal Palace, the Reds were watching on to see if Manchester City would fall down at Chelsea on Thursday.
And they were soon jumping for joy in celebration as City fell to a 2-1 defeat.
In a Hornby hotel, Jordan Henderson and co. celebrated together, as they added the Premier League title to last year’s Champions League and Club World Cup triumphs.
Boss Klopp was in tears as he celebrated the triumph, as was club legend Kenny Dalglish.
A delighted Jamie Carragher was proud, while Sky Sports sidekick Gary Neville couldn’t be found.
And thousands of fans promptly made their way to Anfield to celebrate together, defying lockdown restrictions as their 30-year wait was ended.
Klopp’s record-breaking side can finally call themselves champions.
Klopp in tears as he cuts short interview
Jurgen Klopp walked out of a Sky Sports interview in tears after Liverpool’s title triumph.
The Kop chief helped the Reds end their 30-year wait for a Premier League title and paid tribute to his stunning side.
But it all got too much for an emotional Klopp during a live TV interview as he cut the talk short after being overwhelmed.
It is a huge moment. I am completely overwhelmed. I had no idea it would feel like this…talking through the tears!”