The wait is finally over for Liverpool fans and they are now the 2019/2020 Premier league champions. It meant the lengthy wait is finally over for another top flight title for the side, with the last coming back in the 1989/90 season, which is staggering for a side who has had so much success in Europe since. It meant a 19th top flight title for Liverpool and a first Premier league title since it was founded back in 1992. It also followed on from their Champions league title last season, as they remain the leading force in world football at present, as they had also picked up the FIFA Club World Cup for the first time in 2019.
Liverpool had entered this current season on a high, following the Champions league title victory. That meant a sixth European cup for Liverpool, as they further established themselves as the most successful English side in the competition. On top of that, they had only just missed out of the Premier league title by a point to Manchester City. This is despite picking up 97 points and losing just once over the entire season, also winning 30 matches and drawing seven. This was remarkable and just showed the clear gulf in class between Manchester City and Liverpool to the rest of the sides in the league.
Liverpool continued this run of form this season and have gone from strength to strength and finally became champions, as Manchester City were beaten for the eighth time this season by Chelsea. There is no doubting they have been very poor this season in comparison to previous years, as they have already lost double the amount of Premier league games to last season. But there is no doubting just how good Liverpool have been and they are now set to be a major force for years to come and could we now see them win several titles in succession?
Liverpool were knocked out of the Champions league early this season, despite being well supported in their defence of the title with a number of betting bonuses. This was seen as a positive for some, as it meant they could put all their eggs into the Premier league. They have wrapped up the title but will now be looking to finish the season strong, as there are several records possible. The main one being the points total, with the record currently standing at 100, which was achieved by Manchester City back in the 2017/18 season. That saw them win 32 matches, draw four and lose just two. If Liverpool continue their current form, then they should comfortably break this record, which could be one that could stand for a long time, considering just how dominant they have been this season. It truly is a very exciting period to be a Liverpool fan.