Liverpool And Mohamed Salah Are Premier League Champions

26 June 2020
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The Reds secured victory for the first time in 30 years

After a 30-year wait, augmented by a 3-month coronavirus induced hiatus, Liverpool FC have won the English Premier League.

Victory came late last night on Thursday 25 June as Chelsea beat Liverpool’s closest rivals, Manchester City 2- 1 at Stamford Bridge. With seven games remaining in the season, Liverpool also became the earliest winners of the league ever and are one Premier League win away from equaling Manchester United’s 20 titles.

This is Liverpool's first title win in the era of the Premier League.

Liverpool erupted in celebration after the win, with fans in the streets and fans setting off fireworks at the club’s ground, Anfield.

Mo Salah, Liverpool striker and our Man of the Year 2019 posted on Instagram to say “Yes, it feels THAT good.” He went on to thank the club’s supporters and them that now, they could believe.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp meanwhile, became emotional on Sky Sports when he told viewers this win ‘for our supporters, it’s for out there’

When Klopp joined in 2015 Liverpool were 10th in the table and had been beaten 3-0 at home by West Ham. They hadn’t won the league title in 25 years. Despite that, Klopp promised that they would win.

Over four years, Klopp took them to victory in the Champion’s League, the Super Cup, the club world cup and now the Premier League, winning 156 of his 258 games in charge.