9 days after their exhilarating victory in Madrid, the fans are still celebrating and why not. Liverpool endured a season to remember. Finishing the league with 97 points and only beaten to a relentless Manchester City side.

The UEFA Champions League final in Madrid was a game that completely turned the tide and made up for the league sorrow that the lads endured.

Liverpool went in as favourites but in the game of football, one can never write anyone out. As expected, Liverpool came out on top in the final and won it 2-0.

The celebrations since then have been astounding and impeccable. With around 750,000 fans attending the parade around the team bus, the event was truly a memorable one.

Fans have been waiting for silverware and some taste of success. The last trophy won was a league cup back in 2012 and ever since, the club has endured a drought period.

Jurgen Klopp however has managed to completely change the energy levels of both the fans and players and boy what a change that has been!

Firmino goes cannonball during celebrations

With a ton of videos circulating on the internet since the win, many people have just taken notice to what Roberto Firmino produced at the full-time whistle in Madrid. A wild somersault!

Watch below:

Roberto Firmino is surely a fan favourite with his karate kick celebrations and no-look goals. A player of his class and craziness is the right mix for a club like Liverpool who are aiming to regain the status as European giants and stay at the top for a long period.

With the current squad and Klopp to look after them, Liverpool are on track for a successful period ahead.

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