Twitter erupts as Liverpool crowned English Premier League Champions
Liverpool put thirty years of hurt and heartbreak behind them to finally put an end to their Premier League drought.
Once the top dogs in English football, not many would have banked on the Reds having to wait for three decades to turn 18 to 19. That is exactly what happened and it took a magical German and a group of players who never say die to take us back to the perch.
With a 23-point lead with seven games to go, not only have we won the title easily but have done so at a canter. It is saying something that a global pandemic was the biggest threat to us over our rivals on the pitch.
Ironically it was Willian, a player who rejected the Reds seven years ago for Chelsea, who coolly slotted the ball past Manchester City’s Ederson to ensure the title will head to Anfield.
Football is a funny game at times, but then it can also be a great leveler. Jurgen’s Reds are back on the perch and the view is quite something to behold.
We take a look at how some fans celebrated this historic moment on Twitter. Few of them are given below.
Twitter reacts as domestic glory returns to Liverpool
Have watched nearly every Liverpool game since I was 14. I was on that bootleg steam life. I promised myself (and had the money saved for years) that if they won the PL title, I’d be there. Of course they win in a year where I can’t enter the UK. Life is weird. Sports weirder.
— Dieter Kurtenbach (@dieter) June 25, 2020
Liverpool are the Premier League Champions. For so long I thought I’d never see it but here we are 😍😍
— the unbearables (@MT_Futbol) June 25, 2020
To all the Liverpool greats and fans from 1989 till date, for all the torture, the pains, the agony, through this 30 years. U have stood with your club.
You deserve everything good this past year. Congratulations 🎈
Worthy champions of the Premier league
— Tayo Israel (@Seuntemitayo4) June 25, 2020
Kloppo has actually done it… where‘s the statue going to be built?
— Jürgen Meister🇩🇪 (@SS_LFC) June 25, 2020
Jürgen Klopp in 2015: “If we sit here in four years, I think we win one title.“
Champions of Europe ✅
Super Cup Champions ✅
Club World Cup Champions ✅
Premier League Champions ✅
The Mighty Jürgen Klopp. Congratulations to Liverpool. 👏🏽
— 🔴 Nein zu Rassismus 🔴 (@DevotedTroubler) June 25, 2020
I LOVE THIS FOOTBALL CLUB MORE THAN ANYTHING.
— – (@AnfieldRd96) June 25, 2020
PREMIER LEAGUE CHAMPIONSSSSS, PEOPLE 🙆😍😍😍😍😍
— Sakshi Dhama (@sakshidhama) June 25, 2020
Covid19 was the biggest challenger to LFC this season than any other PL team. Let that sink in. Absolutely brilliant season by the lads. Congratulations one and all #LFCFamily
— Aditya Bansal (@aditya0912) June 26, 2020
“We must turn from doubters to believers.” – Jurgen Klopp (2015)
• 4 years later, LFC win their first Champions League in 14 years.
• 5 years later, LFC win their first league title in 30 years.
If life puts you in any sort of leadership position at work, try & be like Klopp. pic.twitter.com/HuAyiKXgH3
— The Zucker Doctor (@DoctorLFC) June 26, 2020
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It’s happening. It’s finally happening.
Chelsea handing the League title to Liverpool at the expense of Manchester City, through a goal from Willian, a player who snubbed #LFC for London 7 years ago.
The Gerrard slip narrative can be put to rest.
How times change.
— DEEP DASTARDLY (@srijandeep) June 25, 2020