Twitterati lauds Liverpool FC on Champions League win

Last Updated: Fri, Jun 07, 2019 00:25 hrs

[India], Jun 2 (ANI): Liverpool FC was crowned the Champions League champions on Saturday as it defeated Tottenham Hotspurs 2-0 in the finals.

As a result of this win, the club won its sixth champions league title and the first Champions League win since 2005.

This win sent the Twitter universe into a tizzy and various people congratulated the team on the accomplishment.

"Just a normal lad from Liverpool whose dream has just come true #YNWA #UCLfinal," Liverpool's defender Trent Arnold tweeted.

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"Liverpool Liverpool Liverpool #YNWA," former South Africa cricket skipper Graeme Smith posted on Twitter.

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"Huge Congratulations to @LFC! Well deserved title! Klopp one of my favourite personalities in football! Sooo happy for him! #LIVTOT #CHAMPIONSLEAGUE #UCLfinal," Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh tweeted.

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"YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE!![?]!![?]!![?]!![?] #WEARELIVERPOOL, CONGRATULATIONS MEN AND ANYONE THAT HAS ANY AFFILIATION WITH THE CLUB!! @LFC," American professional basketball player LeBron James posted on Twitter.

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"Congrats, @LFC. Really happy for everyone at the club and fans. You deserved this," former Liverpool player Loris Karius tweeted.

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"Liverpool to Win... More than 2.5 goals .. & Salah to score #ChampionsLeageFinal2019," former England cricket skipper Michael Vaughan tweeted before the finals of the Champions League.

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The Reds opened the scoring in the 2nd minute of the match as Mohamed Salah scored off a penalty. Sadio Mane was able to get the penalty for Liverpool.

Liverpool was then able to maintain a tight defence which the Spurs were not able to break. The Reds finally sealed the deal in the 87th minute as the substitute Divock Origi scored, allowing Liverpool to seal a 2-0 victory.

Earlier, the Reds finished at the second place in the Premier League standings with 97 points. Manchester City won the Premier League title by just one point as they had a total of 98 points. (ANI)