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    Liverpool celebrations: How players, fans soaked in the Reds’ long-awaited Premier League title

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    The party is on. Liverpool won the 2019-20 Premier League title on Thursday, clinching the trophy after Chelsea’s 2-1 win over Manchester City. It’s the Reds’ first league title in 30 years, with the club becoming the fastest team ever to win it in terms of total games. However, due to the coronavirus shutdown that paused the season for three months, the title took the longest in terms of days from the season opener.

    The club leads City by 23 points with only 21 points up for grabs, winning it with a record seven games to go.

    As you can imagine, the celebrations started in Liverpool and beyond a little before the Chelsea game ended and picked up big time after the final whistle. Here are the best sights and sounds from the party.

    How the players celebrated

    The players were gathered together to watch the City vs. Chelsea game and went nuts at the final whistle.

    The pre-party scene

    Around Anfield, there was a little action as full time hit. Shortly after, it got bonkers. Here are some early scenes:

    There was colored smoke, a lack of social distancing and more outside of Liverpool’s home:

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    As it got darker and darker, Liverpool fans lit up the area around Anfield:

    Emotional Klopp interview

    Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp discussed what the title mean to him in an emotional interview.

    “Unfortunately, I have no words. It’s unbelievable. It’s much more than what I thought could be possible,” Klopp said.

    Jamie Carragher had a good night

    Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher didn’t hide the fact he was going to enjoy his fair share of adult beverages in celebration and hoped captain Jordan Henderson would do the same:

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