2017/18 proved to be a memorable season of undoubted progress for Liverpool FC with plenty of unforgettable moments captured along the way.
It may not have ended in Kiev quite as we all had dreamed, but 2017/18 is a campaign that must be looked back on with nothing but a feeling of immense pride.
The Reds achieved way above expectations in Europe and produced an excellent Premier League campaign all while playing some of the best football Anfield has witnessed.
High points and special moments far outweighed the few lows throughout the season, and some of these were captured in magnificent photos during the campaign.
We’ve browsed our archives to pick our 15 favourite images from what was a memorable if not quite a truly special campaign.
The Kop in all its glory as the Champions League proper officially returns to Anfield for the opening group game against Sevilla.
A genius at work. A perfectly timed capture of Roberto Firmino’s brilliant no-look finish in the 3-3 draw at Sevilla.
A game that also saw Firmino’s now customary kung-fu celebration.
One of the moments of the season. Virgil van Dijk wheels away after scoring the winner on debut in the derby at the Kop end to leave the Blues deflated.
Another moment of genius. The realisation on Ederson’s face that he’s powerless to stop Salah scoring with a sensational 40-yard strike in the 4-3 win at Anfield.
A snow-storm makes for a stunning setting at Anfield as the Reds host Watford, which ended in a Salah-inspired 5-0 thrashing of the Hornets.
Raw passion. The Reds and travelling Kop in wild celebrations after Salah’s priceless goal in the Champions League quarter-final second leg win at the Etihad Stadium.
A stunning ’96 YNWA’ mosaic displays on the Kop to mark the 29th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster ahead of the 3-0 win over Bournemouth.
An incredible night at Anfield as the Reds smashed Roma, flying into a 4-0 lead in the Champions League semi-final.
A beautiful moment as the Reds celebrate with the travelling Kop after conquering Rome, as all unite to show support to injured fan Sean Cox at Stadio Olimpico.
The Egyptian King receives his crown, after scoring a record number of goals in a single Premier League season.
Defiance in defeat. Not quite the dream ending we hoped for but the incredible scenes and support in Kyiv will be remembered for a long time to come.