Liverpool lifted the League Cup trophy for a record ninth time on Sunday evening, but some of the squad did so without their medals after a mixup in the stands at Wembley.
The Reds prevailed over Chelsea after an enthralling two hours of football, with Kepa Arrizabalaga sent on for the penalty shootout only to miss the decisive spot-kick.
Kelleher was one of those who didn’t receive a winner’s medal ahead of the trophy lift high in the stands at Wembley, with half of the squad held up in the stairwell beforehand.
Nevertheless, the moment was a special one as owners John W. Henry and Tom Werner watched on, with Liverpool becoming the first club in English history to win the trophy for a ninth time.
There was a Hendo shuffle in the stands as confetti rained down on the Reds – which saw Ibrahima Konate inhale part of it in the madness!
Liverpool have extended their lead as the most successful club in England, having now won 49 trophies, which is four more than the next highest in Man United.