Liverpool fans were celebrating on the streets of Merseyside, and outside Anfield, after becoming Premier League champions for the very first time.
The Reds knew if Manchester City failed to take three points at Chelsea this evening, the long-awaited title was finally theirs.
Christian Pulisic opened the scoring in the first-half for the west London outfit, before Kevin De Bruyne equalised with a stunning free-kick.
But Willian’s late penalty gave the Blues a much-needed home win in their pursuit for Champions League football under Frank Lampard.
City’s defeat means Liverpool’s 30-year wait for a top flight crown is over, and prompted celebrations outside the Reds’ stadium.
A Liverpool fan gives a thumbs up as he looks at his mobile phone outside the stadium
Fans were celebrating outside the famous venue, some with blow-up Premier League trophies and banners.
Other supporters were also outside their houses in full kits, waving flags while the Chelsea game was taking place.
Supporters weren’t allowed inside Anfield for the 4-0 win over Crystal Palace on Wednesday.
And it remains to be seen how the club plan to celebrate their achievement in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.
(Image: Action Images via Reuters)
Speaking this week, Klopp praised his side’s belief in what has been a remarkable season.
“You should not underestimate how much this team wants it. You should not,” he said.
“This team really wants it. They want to fulfil the wishes of the people at home. Really.
“We all have a common dream but we have to work for it and we have to work our way for it. We cannot play like other teams but we can play pretty good stuff and that’s what the boys did tonight.
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