Liverpool Have Officially Overtaken Manchester United As England's Most Successful Club
The Reds ended their 30-year league title drought on Thursday when they were crowned Premier League champions after Manchester City lost 2-1 to Chelsea.
While Liverpool's 19th title still leaves them one shy of United's tally, they now hold a bigger trophy haul over their English rivals.
Along with their league title successes, Liverpool have won seven FA Cups, eight League Cups, six European Cups and three 'other' European trophies.
Liverpool's 43-trophy haul puts them one clear of Manchester United, who have won fewer League Cups and European Cups.
Liverpool, who are currently on 86 points, won the title with seven league matches to spare.
And an emotional Jurgen Klopp admitted that becoming "champions with this club is absolutely incredible."
The Liverpool boss explained: "It's very important to celebrate because these moments are unforgettable.
"We have pictures from the season and now we have pictures of the celebrations and we will create pictures in the future with the parade with our supporters.
"Tonight, we have made the best of our situation. There's a sense of relief because after the three-month interruption no one knew how the season would come back.
"This is for all of the fans. I hope they celebrate it, it's all in our hearts and our heads, we do it all together and it's a joy to do this for the fans.
"I have no words. It is unbelievable, much more than I thought was possible. Becoming champions with this club is absolutely incredible. This is for Kenny, for Stevie -- everyone!
"The Manchester City game was really tense, I didn't want to be involved. It was intense but it is an incredible from my players. What they have done over the last few years in exceptional and it's a pure joy for me to coach them."
Featured Image Credit: PA