The Reds have extended their record as the most successful club in England, and for Jurgen Klopp‘s side, it came with a fifth trophy – in a campaign that could bring even more.
After 120 minutes, it came down to a penalty shootout and, having been brought on to win it for Chelsea, goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga blew his spot-kick over the bar and handed the Reds the trophy.
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Bouncing around Wembley to Gala’s ‘Freed From Desire’, the Reds let the moment sink in as they paraded hopefully the first of four trophies this season.
New signing Luis Diaz, arguably Man of the Match before Caoimhin Kelleher‘s defining moment, got involved along with the likes of Kaide Gordon and Adrian, who travelled but were not part of the squad.
It shows the boost winning a trophy many consider fourth tier provides a club like Liverpool, and hopefully, they can use that to go on and bring home more silverware between now and the end of May.