The world watched as Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool toppled Tottenham in a 2-0 win to lift the Champions League in Madrid.

Dethroning Real Madrid and ending the Spanish hegemony over the trophy took a heroic journey for the Reds, who were fighting for a place in the top four of the Premier League, a couple of seasons back.

An independent designer who goes by the moniker @UKILFC has produced the perfect embodiment of what Liverpool have achieved this season.

Done with utmost subtlety, the post consists of four pictures featuring the Captain Jordan Henderson, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Divock Origi and Andy Robertson.

Each of them in the foreground is holding the Champions League Trophy, while in the background are the pictures of their younger days when it all started.

Captioned as “Dream”, it indeed is a unique way of portraying stories.

Illustrating Jordan Henderson’s career from his Sunderland days, Alexander-Arnold when he was just a kid in the Liverpool academy, Origi’s journey since his childhood and the days when Robertson was playing in the 3rd tier of Scottish football.

The designer has previously posted splendid graphics of players and teams, but this particular one has caught our eye with the way it sends us pondering about a story in the depths of time.

It had been widely praised for the artistic brilliance it portrays in the simplest of ways possible.

A crowning achievement in the world of freelance designing, check out the illustrations below –

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