Liverpool Football Club (LFC) nails it after a 30-year wait for a top-flight title.
It became the Premier League champions following Manchester City’s 2-1 loss at Chelsea on Thursday.
The Jürgen Klopp managed team thrashed Crystal Palace 4-0 on Wednesday to put them in pole position, needing only two points from their remaining seven games to win the title.
And with second-placed Manchester City 23 points behind with seven matches remaining after Thursday’s result at Stamford Bridge, Liverpool unassailable lead at the top of the standings placed all other teams out of contention for the title.
The incredible run by the Reds’ saw them breaking all sorts of records during a memorable campaign.
They kicked their way to a record 18 consecutive wins from October to Feb. 29, and won every league match at home this season, making it a record 23 on the whistle.
They also set a club record of 44 matches without defeat, stretching back to last season.
Liverpool win-fest this season earns them bragging rights of 19 titles, a mere one behind Manchester United, with 20 in its cupboard.
“I have no words. It’s unbelievable,” Klopp told Sky Sports in an interview after the Chelsea win. “It’s much more than I ever thought, to become champions with this outstanding club is unbelievable.”
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