“And now you’re gonna believe us!” – Liverpool squad savours historic Premier League title

Liverpool are officially the champions of England, and the Reds players have been soaking up an incredible achievement on social media.

They’ve done it, they’ve bloody done it!

After 30 years of waiting to win the league title, Liverpool sealed Premier League glory on Thursday evening, courtesy of Chelsea‘s 2-1 win at home to Man City.

This is a remarkable achievement by an all-time great Reds outfit, led in unrivalled fashion by Jurgen Klopp, with world-class players achieving greatness on the pitch.

Liverpool’s players were glued to the action at Stamford Bridge, before taking to Instagram and Twitter to share their thoughts about being champions.

Captain Jordan Henderson has now ensured legendary status among Reds skippers, and he was one of the first to celebrate the success:

Virgil van Dijk looked typically cool alongside Henderson and Joe Gomez, as the players basked in the triumph together on a glorious evening:

What an incredible signing he has been – perhaps the most important of the Jurgen Klopp era.

Trent Alexander-Arnold shared a superb video of the players dancing along to ‘Show Me Love’, as the party went long into the night:

Andy Robertson referenced You’ll Never Walk Alone, as well as posting another Tweet poking fun at partner-in-crime Trent:

Mohamed Salah has contributed as much as anyone under Klopp and he shared a lovely photo with best pal Dejan Lovren, and Brazilian trio Alisson, Fabinho and Roberto Firmino:

Firmino is known for his flamboyance both on and off the pitch, but he was actually more restrained in his celebrations (on Instagram, at least!):


The same applied to the incomparable Sadio Mane, who is surely the strongest contender for Player of the Year this season:


James Milner decided against one of his brilliantly dry Twitter posts, instead speaking of his pride at playing for such a special team:

Gini Wijnaldum has been a key cog in the machine and he is now a league champion for the second time, having won the Eredivisie at PSV Eindhoven:


Divock Origi shared a brilliant photoshop of him sitting with the Premier League title between his legs:


Naby Keita posted an emotional message thanking his families and supporters, along with the people of his native Guinea “whom I also dedicate this title of champion of England”:


Harvey Elliott used a brilliant throwback photo of him as a child in his Liverpool shirt, having achieved a (relatively short) lifelong dream:


The likes of Adrian, Xherdan Shaqiri, Neco Williams, Takumi Minamino, Curtis Jones, Marko Grujic, Sepp van den Berg and Adam Lallana all joined in the celebrations too:







Klopp’s men now have a whole week to further enjoy their achievement, prior to visiting City next Thursday.

What an achievement!