Liverpool have finally lifted the Premier League trophy in wild celebration at Anfield on Wednesday, MySportDab reports.
Captain Jordan Henderson lifted the trophy after 30 years of waiting.
Liverpool fans watched their players lift the trophy after their 5-3 win against Chelsea.
In videos shared by Sky Sports, Reds players lifted the title as fireworks started around Anfield.
Henderson was given the trophy by Liverpool icon Sir Kenny Dalglish, the man who signed the England star.
Liverpool were not allowed to celebrate the title win at Anfield outside the stadium due to the coronavirus pandemic.
However, Liverpool players were allowed to celebrate with their family members in Anfield.
Thousands of Fans gathered outside the Anfield stadium to celebrate their first Premier League victory.
Liverpool Coach Jurgen Klopp has promised fans there will be a party when it’s safe.
He said: “If you don’t believe that we do this for you then I don’t understand you, really.
“Five years ago I asked you to start as believers.
“I asked for it and you made it happen. You have made us champions. Thank you so much. We must all celebrate.
“Drink whatever you want but there will still be a party when the virus is gone.
“Then we will celebrate in a party together. Make sure you are ready.”
A sky full of stars! 🌟
From doubters, to believers! #LFC lift the @premierleague trophy at Anfield! 👑pic.twitter.com/NLUKggkzIL
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) July 22, 2020
Jordan Henderson has now guided Liverpool to the Champions League and the Premier League success in two seasons.
Liverpool were crowend Premier League Champions on June 25 with seven matches left.
The Reds didn’t disappoint in their final home match and secured a 5-3 win over Chelsea in an exciting match.
Liverpool play next against Newcastle on Sunday for their final Premier League match of the season.