Kostas Tsimikas netted the winning penalty to hand Liverpool their second piece of silverware this season.
The Greek's effort came after Mount had his effort saved by Alisson, who stuck out a strong hand to stop him from scoring in the penalty shootout.
He was consoled by his teammates and coaching staff, not to mention Henderson who showed his class after the game.
The Liverpool captain ran over to Mount during his side's celebrations to console him in a touching gesture.
Jordan Henderson ran straight over to console Mason Mount after the match yesterday.— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) May 15, 2022
Class act 👏 pic.twitter.com/5ECQ3GB6Y6
Henderson, meanwhile, became the first Liverpool captain to lift SIX different trophies following their 6-5 penalty shootout win against Chelsea.
After raising aloft the FA Cup on Saturday, it now means he's won the Premier League, EFL Cup, Champions League, Super Cup and Club World Cup during his legendary spell at Anfield.
Speaking after his team's FA Cup triumph, he said: "Trophies is what we are here to do.
"To come here, work so hard to get over the line - it’s a big moment. The fans deserve it. It is pretty special.
"We’ve had so many games in such a short space of time, but that is what it’s all about. Digging in. To win it on penalties again – a lot of credit has to go to the boys.
"We have to give everything. Some of the talent we’ve got in the dressing room is incredible. We need to just keep going.
"We’ve got to recover quickly - we have to be ready for that. The Wolves - then Madrid. Three big games left and hopefully we can win all three."
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