Liverpool have finally won the Premier League. The Reds have conquered England for the first time in 30 years and it’s safe to say that the fans are delighted all over the globe.
But due to the current crisis caused by the pandemic, the supporters cannot celebrate with the players as of now and have to wait for absolutely safe circumstances and the government protocol to have this opportunity.
In the meantime, the club has gone the extra mile to involve them in the celebrations. The fans had to drop a message on the club’s official website and the confetti used during the trophy lift had those messages (photo below) from Liverpool supporters all around the globe.
This was a class act to say the least and the Merseyside outfit has just shown the world why each and every person associated with Liverpool Football Club never walks alone.
Manager Jurgen Klopp also had a special message for the fans as he advised them to stay at home and celebrate this collective victory with family and friends and soon the title celebrations will take place. On the same day, Leeds United too lifted the Championship title and a large section of fans celebrated outside Elland Road. According to Klopp, it was not the right thing to do and it was important to have patience in these times.
The Reds have now won 19 league titles, only one behind long term rivals Manchester United. They came really close last season, only to finish one point behind Manchester City. It’s really incredible to imagine that Liverpool’s 99 point haul was not enough that term as City secured record breaking 100 points.
Nonetheless, this title victory is fully deserved as this ruthless team worked like an unstoppable engine with Klopp at the heart of it. Victory against Newcastle would ensure Liverpool match their 99 points tally of last season.
This classy gesture was like a cherry on the cake to cap off this season in style –
Every piece of ticker tape has an individual message written on it from LFC fans around the world pic.twitter.com/N2FKtMkH6V— Matt Critchley (@MattCritchley1) July 22, 2020