The Liverpool Celebrations Outside Anfield Were Absolutely Incredible
Liverpool fans partied outside Anfield long into the night as they were crowned Premier League champions.
The Reds were confirmed as Premier League winners after Manchester City failed to beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Thursday.
Liverpool players celebrated at a secret hotel with supporters gathered around the club's iconic ground.
Fans also took to the streets and the scenes in Liverpool were absolutely crazy as thousands of people enjoyed their title victory.
Fireworks and flares were let off, glowing up Anfield while supporters bellowed out songs in a frenzied atmosphere.
Party outside Anfield as Liverpool crowned #champions of England pic.twitter.com/dXqFI0uUd5
- Tom Munns (@TomMunns1) June 25, 2020
Speaking after his side's triumph, captain Jordan Henderson praised Jurgen Klopp in an emotional interview.
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"You never really think of this end moment, you just think about each game," he said.
"When this moment does come, I can't describe it. I said after the Champions League it wouldn't be possible to do that without the manager.
"That's no disrespect to who I've worked with before, because we came close before, but from day one when he walked through the door he's (Klopp) changed everything.
"A lot of it you see, what you see is what you get. That is what he's [Klopp] like. He's got a bit more personal side, he's so close with the players. He's got a perfect balance of that.
"He's a leader, and a great human being. The biggest thing he's got is that, no matter what, we all follow him and believe in him.
"This wouldn't be possible without him. We've got an amazing group, that's no coincidence. It's a credit to him and to the staff at the club.
"We've got a great bunch of lads, very together. It's so special to be able to spend this time with them now, celebrating. It's amazing to be part of it."
WE'RE PREMIER LEAGUE CHAMPIONS!! :trophy: pic.twitter.com/qX7Duxoslm
- Liverpool FC (Premier League Champions :trophy:) (@LFC) June 25, 2020
Liverpool, who have wrapped up the title with seven games remaining, resume their remarkable league campaign at Manchester City on Thursday.
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