Liverpool Officially Had A Better Season Than Manchester City Last Year
Liverpool's run to Champions League glory topped Manchester City's domestic dominance last season, according to SPORTbible followers.
The two titans will square off in the Community Shield on Sunday at Wembley so we asked our Twitter users to end the debate.
In a poll on our Twitter feed, 55 per cent voted for Liverpool's European glory over Manchester City's domestic treble.
Which would you rather win?- SPORTbible (@sportbible) August 1, 2019
Jurgen Klopp's side were second best to Pep Guardiola's men in a memorable Premier League title race last season.
Man City cleaned up at home, winning a historic domestic treble and exerting their dominance in England.
But Liverpool won the European Cup for the sixth time in their history after beating Tottenham 2-0 in the final in Madrid.
The two teams provided a thrilling title race that went right down to the wire with Guardiola's men eventually retaining their crown.
Man City edged out Liverpool with 98 points to 97 with neither team putting a foot wrong in an amazing run-in.
Guardiola's men became the first side ever to win the domestic treble by adding FA Cup and Carabao Cup glory to their Premier League title triumph.
But Liverpool were not to be denied success last season, and were crowned Champions of Europe for a sixth time.
The day after Vincent Kompany's rocket beat Leicester at the Etihad and all but sealed Premier League glory for Man City, Klopp's side were faced with a near impossible task of reversing a 3-0 first-leg deficit against Barcelona in their Champions League semi-final.
And the Reds pulled off one of the greatest comebacks ever, beating Lionel Messi and Co 4-0 on a famous night at Anfield to seal their place in the final.
An early penalty from Mohamed Salah and a late strike from Divock Origi beat Tottenham in the final at the Wanda Metropolitano.
What a season - here's to more of the same.