Liverpool FC in 2018: A “fantastic year” in photos

Jurgen Klopp has assessed Liverpool FC’s 2018 as “a fantastic, fantastic year apart from one really shit day.” Here is the last 12 months as told through the camera lens.


From victory at Burnley on New Years’ Day, to the heartbreak of spring in Kyiv. Then after what felt like a very short summer break, the Reds bounced with a bang from August—in the Premier League at least.

Here is the best of the Reds in photo form over the last year.

 

January 2018

Where better to start than with a last-gasp winner away at Sean Dyche’s Burnley? He’s no fan of Liverpool or Jurgen Klopp, so Ragnar Klavan‘s added-time header felt exceptional amongst all the hangovers.

Dejan Lovren was more excited with his assist than his centre-back partner was with his goal, and he wasn’t shy at showing the travelling Kop just what it meant to him.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Saturday, December 30, 2017: Liverpool's Ragnar Klavan [hidden] celebrates scoring the winning second goal with a header with team-mates Trent Alexander-Arnold, Dominic Solanke, Dejan Lovren and Emre Can during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool and Leicester City at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Next up for the Reds, just four days later, was a derby tie with Everton in the FA Cup. The fixture was made extra special by Virgil van Dijk‘s debut.

Liverpool had finally got the defender they desired, and he was to make an immediate impact. Kick-starting a wonderful year for the Dutchman.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Friday, January 5, 2018: Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk celebrates scoring the winning goal at the Kop end to seal a 2-1 victory over Everton on his debut during the FA Cup 3rd Round match between Liverpool FC and Everton FC, the 230th Merseyside Derby, at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Mid-January should have been an indicator to all that 2018 had surprises in store. When Man City rolled into town, very few gave the Reds a chance against Pep Guardiola’s side.

However, in 10 wonderful second-half minutes, Liverpool ripped the champions apart. It was to be the first of three occasions that Klopp’s men would reign supreme against the Manchester club.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain kicked off proceedings with a wonderful strike from the edge of the box, he too looked as pleased as punch with what was his third goal of that season.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Sunday, January 14, 2018: Liverpool's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain celebrates scoring the first goal during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool and Manchester City at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

 

February 2018

The Champions League returned from its winter hiatus and Liverpool travelled to Portugal to face FC Porto. With a fortress-like record at home, the Portuguese side were expected to give the Reds a stern test.

As it was, Liverpool simply blew them away in an orange kit that was beginning to become a lucky charm. Sadio Mane took home the match ball after his three goals while both Firmino and Mohamed Salah added to the tally.

The Egyptian juggled the ball in the area to leave everyone watching breathless; on the biggest stage Liverpool’s from three showed their worth.

PORTO, PORTUGAL - Wednesday, February 14, 2018: Liverpool's Mohamed Salah scores the first goal during the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 1st leg match between FC Porto and Liverpool FC on Valentine's Day at the Est·dio do Drag„o. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

West Ham were the next side to feel the pain of Liverpool’s heavy-metal football. A 4-1 thrashing saw Emre Can open the scoring while Mane made the rout complete.

The Senegalese forward had a smile on his face and a spring in his step, as caught in his acrobatic celebration.

BIRKENHEAD, ENGLAND - Wednesday, February 21, 2018: Liverpool's Sadio Mane celebrates scoring the fourth goal during the UEFA Youth League Quarter-Final match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Prenton Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

 

March 2018

As winter gave way to spring there was a very special feeling around Anfield. Liverpool were looking like top-four contenders again while simultaneously raising eyebrows in Europe.

Mid-table Watford arrived on a Saturday evening and became another statistic as the Reds just couldn’t stop scoring. On an unusually snowy spring night Liverpool lit up the old stadium.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Saturday, March 17, 2018: A snow storm descends on Anfield during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Watford FC. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Salah hit the Hornets for four, the Egyptian grabbing all but one of the five goals offered up on an evening that underlined how good he was in front of goal.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Saturday, March 17, 2018: Liverpool's four-goal hero, with his hat-trick match-ball after beating Watford 5-0 during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Watford FC at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

 

April 2018

While the ‘beast from the east’ froze most of Europe, there was warm feeling across the world as far as Liverpool fans were concerned.

After dispatching Man City with relative ease in January, the Reds expected a far harder test in the Champions League. However, once again Liverpool simply ate up their northwest neighbours with absolute ease.

Anfield was at its very best—as only a European night can bring—and the football played out on the pitch signified Liverpool as a force to be reckoned with.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Wednesday, April 4, 2018: Liverpool's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain celebrates scoring the second goal during the UEFA Champions League Quarter-Final 1st Leg match between Liverpool FC and Manchester City FC at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Oxlade-Chamberlain hit another rocket from distance to double the score after Salah had opened the scoring after just 12 minutes.

Fast-forward another 10 minutes and Liverpool were in dreamland, Sadio Mane scored the Reds’ third just after the half-hour mark—cue the wild celebrations.

Trent Alexander-Arnold showed the world just what it meant to be a Liverpool player from Liverpool in a Champions League quarter-final.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Wednesday, April 4, 2018: Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold celebrates as Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scores the third goal during the UEFA Champions League Quarter-Final 1st Leg match between Liverpool FC and Manchester City FC at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

The year was now beginning to revolve around the competition that Liverpool had won five times previously.

Could the Reds overcome Man City away in the second leg? If so, what awaited them in the next round?

The back-end of March had all the answers, in the most emphatic way. Liverpool travelled to Manchester backed by thousands of travelling supporters—they were to witness another magical European evening.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - Tuesday, April 10, 2018: Liverpool's Mohamed Salah celebrates scoring the first goal to equalise and make the score 1-1 during the UEFA Champions League Quarter-Final 2nd Leg match between Manchester City FC and Liverpool FC at the City of Manchester Stadium. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Salah broke Manchester hearts surrounded by a plume of blue smoke, before Firmino capped a wonderful night at the Etihad. However, it was the act of kindness by Oxlade-Chamberlain that caught the attention.

Passing his match-worn shirt to four-year-old Bobbi Jaggar, the midfielder underlined the unity between players and fans that had blossomed during a spectacular run of games.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - Tuesday, April 10, 2018: Liverpool's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain hands his shirt to a young supporter after the 2-1 (5-1 aggregate) victory over Manchester City during the UEFA Champions League Quarter-Final 2nd Leg match between Manchester City FC and Liverpool FC at the City of Manchester Stadium. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Whilst April had been an amazing month it harbours—as it does every year—a deep-seated pain. The loss of 96 supporters in the Hillsborough disaster of 1989 was remembered by all, in the same impeccable way in which it has been for the 28 years previous.

A 3-0 victory a fitting scoreline on a day of remembrance for loved ones lost.

A minute's applause is held to mark the 29th anniversary of the Hillsborough tragedy before the Premier League match at Anfield, Liverpool. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday April 14, 2018.. Photo: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire.

Liverpool's Roberto Firmino celebrates scoring his side's third goal of the game during the Premier League match at Anfield, Liverpool.

There was to be one final hurrah for the month of April. After two superb fixtures in the Champions League against Man City, Liverpool welcomed AS Roma to Anfield as the clubs faced each other for the first time in the European Cup since their 1984 final.

Roma had beaten Barcelona over two legs to reach the semi-final. There was no way the Reds could replicate their earlier displays in the competition, was there?

Yes, Liverpool stunned their Italian opponents by racing into a 5-0 lead, even with two late goals for the visitors the tie felt complete.

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah (right) celebrates scoring his side's second goal of the game with Roberto Firmino during the UEFA Champions League, Semi Final First Leg match at Anfield, Liverpool.

Salah refused to celebrate against his old side but that didn’t stop his team-mates, Liverpool looked every inch Champions League finalists on yet another wonderful European night.

The shine was taken off the evening however by two events. Firstly on the pitch, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain—now a key member of Klopp’s starting XI—ruptured his knee ligament.

While outside the stadium, Liverpool fan Sean Cox was savagely attacked by a group of visiting Italian fans.

It left the Irish fan with life-changing injuries. Our best wishes continue to be with him and his family as he progresses through a very long recovery.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Tuesday, April 24, 2018: Liverpool's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is carried off injured during the UEFA Champions League Semi-Final 1st Leg match between Liverpool FC and AS Roma at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

 

May 2018

The pursuit of European glory had left Liverpool teetering on the edge of an unwanted possibility: win in Kyiv to guarantee Champions League football next season. Thankfully it was avoided, even after a loss to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Liverpool travelled to Rome looking to safeguard a 5-2 lead, after being put through the mixer the Reds eventually hung on to 7-6 on aggregate.

A trip to remember for those who were lucky enough to be in the Italian capital.

ROME, ITALY - Wednesday, May 2, 2018: Liverpool supporters before the UEFA Champions League Semi-Final 2nd Leg match between AS Roma and Liverpool FC at the Stadio Olimpico. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Liverpool celebrate reaching the Champions League Final, with a banner for fan Sean Cox during the UEFA Champions League, Semi Final, Second Leg at the Stadio Olimpico, Rome. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday May 2, 2018. (Photo: Steven Paston/PA Wire)

ROME, ITALY - Wednesday, May 2, 2018: Liverpool's manager Jürgen Klopp celebrates after the 7-6 aggregate victory over AS Roma during the UEFA Champions League Semi-Final 2nd Leg match between AS Roma and Liverpool FC at the Stadio Olimpico. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

The final home game of the 2017/18 season saw Brighton come to Anfield in an occasion where the Reds would be waved off to Ukraine in style.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Sunday, May 13, 2018: Liverpool's Mohamed Salah waves to the supporters after receiving the Golden Boot trophy for finishing the season as the leading League goal-scorer during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Brighton & Hove Albion FC at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Salah scored yet again, he was to end the campaign with a shiny golden boot—however, it was goals from unlikely sources that brought about a well-earned victory.

Dominic Solanke found the net as Klopp looked to rotate slightly before the impending Champions League final, while the defenders also looked to get in on the action.

Lovren got himself on the scoresheet with Andrew Robertson also notching his first goal of the season on the very last day.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Sunday, May 13, 2018: Liverpool's Dejan Lovren celebrates scoring the second goal during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Brighton & Hove Albion FC at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Meanwhile, after the final whistle the players embarked on their customary lap of Anfield. Trent picked up the converted Golden Samba from the Kop as he was voted the best young player of the season by supporters.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Sunday, May 13, 2018: Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold with his Golden Samba supporters' award for Young Player of the Season after the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Brighton & Hove Albion FC at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Everything was now set for Liverpool’s first Champions League final for 10 years: could the Reds shake off the memory of Athens and lift old big ears once again?

No, the loss of Salah proved a step too far for a Liverpool side who looked empty of energy after a wonderful season. Liverpool might have lost on the pitch but the city of Kyiv would be remembered for everything bar the 90 minutes.

KIEV, UKRAINE - Saturday, May 26, 2018: Liverpool fans place flag and banners around Shevchenko Park ahead of the UEFA Champions League Final match between Real Madrid CF and Liverpool FC. (Pic by Peter Powell/Propaganda)

KIEV, UKRAINE - Saturday, May 26, 2018: A sea of red... Liverpool supporters during the UEFA Champions League Final match between Real Madrid CF and Liverpool FC at the NSC Olimpiyskiy. (Pic by Peter Powell/Propaganda)

KIEV, UKRAINE - Saturday, May 26, 2018: Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk walks past the trophy dejected with his runners-up medal during the UEFA Champions League Final match between Real Madrid CF and Liverpool FC at the NSC Olimpiyskiy. Real Madrid won 3-1. (Pic by Peter Powell/Propaganda)

 

Summer 2018

The summer was a chance for all to recharge their batteries after an eventual first half to 2018. Joy and expectation had given way to despair, but Liverpool soon raised smiles once again thanks to a flurry of incoming players.

Fabinho joined the Reds the day after defeat in Kyiv to show everyone it was about looking forward, not backwards.

DUBLIN, REPUBLIC OF IRELAND - Saturday, August 4, 2018: Liverpool's new signing goalkeeper Alisson Becker signs autographs for supporters after the preseason friendly match between SSC Napoli and Liverpool FC at Landsdowne Road. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

The Brazilian was quickly followed by Naby Keita from RB Leipzig, who had waited the entire season to join Klopp’s ranks—finally the Reds brought in Xherdan Shaqiri and Alisson.

A cool £65 million was spent on the goalkeeper from Roma, it was the signing everyone craved and it would soon become evident why.

Liverpool toured America, and it was to be Shaqiri who stood out. An overhead kick in a pre-season game against United made everybody sit up and take notice of the newly arrived Swiss international.

ANN ARBOR, USA - Saturday, July 28, 2018: Liverpool's new signing Xherdan Shaqiri scores the fourth goal with a bicycle kick during the preseason International Champions Cup match between Manchester United and Liverpool FC at the Michigan Stadium. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

By the time the opening day of the 2018/19 season came, Liverpool fans had brushed off the disappointment suffered at the hands of Real Madrid and were ready for another season of football.

August witnessed three wins from three with 10 goals scored and crucially, only two conceded. The summer month was to set the tone for autumn and winter.

There was a slight panic when Firmino picked up a nasty looking eye injury away at Spurs, but his pain was to become a celebration as September arrived.

LONDON, ENGLAND - Saturday, September 15, 2018: Liverpool's Roberto Firmino goes off injured after being struck in the face during the FA Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur FC and Liverpool FC at Wembley Stadium. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

 

September 2018

As autumn began Liverpool were flying and the Reds hadn’t felt what it was like to be on the losing side. An early League Cup exit to Chelsea was met with a shrug of the shoulders because the Anfield side looked a real force in the Premier League.

However, in the Champions League the Reds had been given a group of death. First up was the amassed ranks of PSG and one Neymar. In true Liverpool style he was left in a heap as the Klopp’s men channelled the energy of the spring.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Tuesday, September 18, 2018: Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge scores the first goal during the UEFA Champions League Group C match between Liverpool FC and Paris Saint-Germain at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Daniel Sturridge grabbed his first Champions League goal for the Reds on a night where Firmino broke Thomas Tuchel’s heart with an Anfield injury-time winner—again.

Liverpool had stood the test of the French champions despite a late charge by the Parisians. Neymar and Co. left the northwest of England with their tails between their legs after grandly proclaiming they wouldn’t fall to the Anfield atmosphere.

Southampton saw the arrival of Shaqiri properly—yes, he’d scored a wonderful goal in America but that was pre-season. There were a number of individuals doubting the ex-Stoke players credentials. How would he answer them? Emphatically.

The attacker was involved in two Liverpool goals as he showed just why Klopp was right to snap him up on a cut-price transfer fee. It also signified the start of some humorous photos whenever the player was involved in a goal.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Saturday, September 22, 2018: Liverpool's xxxx during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Southampton FC at Anfield. (Pic by Jon Super/Propaganda)

 

October 2018

October witnessed Liverpool’s first Champions League defeat since May, away to Napoli—it was to be a theme while the Reds were on their European travels.

Back on English soil though, there was to be no answer to Jurgen Klopp‘s men. While many were touting Man City as the best side to ever kick a spherical bag of air, Liverpool went about their business of picking up points.

Pep Guardiola was so worried of the Liverpool attack that he changed his entire system to try and counter the Reds giving City yet another pasting.

Red Star Belgrade became the latest team to be smashed under the lights at Anfield as they went down 4-0, with Shaqiri providing the spark once again.

Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino (9) celebrates with Liverpool midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri (23) after scoring his goal during the Uefa Champions League Group Stage football match n.3 LIVERPOOL - CRVENA ZVEZDA on 24/10/2018 at the Anfield Road in Liverpool, England. (Photo by Matteo Bottanelli/NurPhoto/Sipa USA)

 

November 2018

Halloween just disappeared before Liverpool travelled to the Emirates—however, there was to be no fright night for the Reds at the hands of new boss Unai Emery. The architect of a downfall in Basel was to watch his new club take a share of the points in north London.

LONDON, ENGLAND - Saturday, November 3, 2018: Liverpool's James Milner celebrates scoring the first goal during the FA Premier League match between Arsenal FC and Liverpool FC at Emirates Stadium. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

The Champions League was forgettable as Liverpool slumped to another two away defeats, only victory at home against Napoli would see the Reds through to the knockout stage—but this club thrives on pressure.

Liverpool beat Fulham at home before travelling to Watford, once again the Reds picked up maximum points. Shaqiri got to stick his tongue out again while Salah had a pop at Sergio Ramos who had been named in a Football Leaks article about an alleged doping irregularity in May 2017.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Sunday, November 11, 2018: Liverpool's Xherdan Shaqiri celebrates scoring the second goal during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Fulham FC at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

WATFORD, ENGLAND - Saturday, November 24, 2018: Liverpool's Mohamed Salah celebrates scoring the first goal during the FA Premier League match between Watford FC and Liverpool FC at Vicarage Road. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

 

December 2018

Liverpool faced a terrifying December that consisted of fixtures against Everton, Man Utd and Arsenal while the matter of a ‘must win’ game against Napoli to ensure the Reds were in the Champions League come the spring of 2019.

Eight fixtures that could go some way into defining the whole season, how would the Reds cope—could they catch Man City at the top of the table?

The month kicked off with city rivals Everton coming to play a Christmas derby. The Blues left their old home shocked and devastated after Divock Origi headed home a 96th-minute winner.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Sunday, December 2, 2018: Liverpool's substitute Divock Origi scores the winning goal deep into injury time after a terrible error by Everton's goalkeeper Jordan Pickford during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Everton FC at Anfield, the 232nd Merseyside Derby. Liverpool won 1-0. (Pic by Paul Greenwood/Propaganda)

Van Dijk looked all the more pleased than the goalscorer, it was his miss-kick that provided the opportunity for Jordan Pickford to gift wrap Liverpool an early present.

Yet again ‘Merry Christmas, Everton‘ rang out from the Kop.

Liverpool's Divock Origi (second right) celebrates scoring his side's first goal of the game with team mates during the Premier League match at Anfield, Liverpool. (Peter Byrne/PA Wire/PA Images)

Burnley away was next, almost 12 months since the Reds last visit to the small Lancashire town. Again it was to be Shaqiri who stole the show. The attacker bagging another injury-time winner, and another chance to see a fast-becoming cheeky celebration.

BURNLEY, ENGLAND - Wednesday, December 5, 2018: Liverpool's Xherdan Shaqiri celebrates scoring the third goal during the FA Premier League match between Burnley FC and Liverpool FC at Turf Moor. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

BURNLEY, ENGLAND - Wednesday, December 5, 2018: Liverpool's Xherdan Shaqiri celebrates scoring the third goal during the FA Premier League match between Burnley FC and Liverpool FC at Turf Moor. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Liverpool had proved they could fall behind and still take all three points, the Reds were still unbeaten in the league while City looked nervously over their shoulders.

Bournemouth were the next team to receive a hiding before a winner-takes-all game against Napoli. Salah scored the important goal—he always does—but it was Alisson where the conversations pointed towards.

The big Brazilian had been brought in to win games, to make the type of saves that ensured Liverpool kept their lead at crucial moments. So when he denied a Napoli equaliser with seconds of the game remaining, Anfield erupted.

If ever a save was worth as much as a goal it was now—right here, right now—and the goalkeeper delivered to the joy of 52,000 supporters packed into Anfield.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Tuesday, December 11, 2018: Liverpool's goalkeeper Alisson Becker celebrates after beating SSC Napoli 1-0 and progressing to the knock-out phase during the UEFA Champions League Group C match between Liverpool FC and SSC Napoli at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Liverpool had won their first four games out of December’s eight on offer, could they match this in the next four?

United came in search of a draw and got hammered, that spelt ‘Tchau’ for Jose Mourinho—the Portuguese boss was sacked the next day as Shaqiri came off the bench to smash home two goals.

That meant we all got to see him celebrate again—a now familiar scene.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Sunday, December 16, 2018: Liverpool's 23' celebrates scoring the third goal during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Sunday, December 16, 2018: Liverpool's Xherdan Shaqiri celebrates scoring the third goal during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

If United were falling apart so were neighbours Man City: the Reds had leapfrogged ‘the best team in world footballing history’ to sit top of the world’s best league—maybe this Liverpool side were the ones to talk about now?

Liverpool travelled to Wolves, negotiating a potential banana skin with ease before sending Newcastle back to the northeast with a hiding on Boxing Day.

The Reds were purring just as their closest rivals were running out of 2018 fuel. Spurs pulled themselves into a title fight for three days before they too crashed to a defeat.

As Arsenal came to Anfield at the back end of December, Liverpool had the chance to go nine points clear at the top of the Premier League.

The Gunners scored first in a move that replicated poking a stick in a wasp nest. Liverpool stung back immediately, then just as quickly took the lead, eventually running out 5-0 winners.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Saturday, December 29, 2018: Liverpool's Roberto Firmino scores the equalising goal during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Arsenal FC at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Firmino hit the Londoners with two quick strikes, the second of real quality but it was the first that saw the return of ‘no look Bobby’.

At the final whistle Liverpool waved farewell to 2018 in style, all eight fixtures had been won comprehensively.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Saturday, December 29, 2018: Liverpool's Roberto Firmino scores the fifth goal with team-mates during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Arsenal FC at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Saturday, December 29, 2018: Liverpool's manager J¸rgen Klopp celebrates after the 5-1 victory during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Arsenal FC at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

What will 2019 bring? We dare to dream.

* All images thanks to our brilliant photo providers, Propaganda Photo and PA Images.

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