Liverpool FC lifted the Premier League trophy after 5-3 win over Chelsea yesterday, July 22, at Anfield to extend their unbeaten record at home to 59 consecutive matches.
Jordan Henderson, the Red’s Captain picked up the PL trophy, as he did a year ago following Champions League glory.
They were then able to enjoy a special ceremony with fireworks and a light show illuminating Anfield.
The stunning display started the party after Liverpool secured their first league title in 30 years.
The manager told Sky Sports: “Liverpool FC are back to where they were 30/40 years ago, they’ll be challenging for this and the Champions League for the next decade.”
Van Dijk, Dutch footballer who plays as a centre-back for club insists there can be no complaints from rivals about Liverpool’s success.
According to him;
“No one can say anything about our season, everyone can have their opinion about substitutes and water breaks but we won it by a mile.
“It spurred us on, we had that feeling we were going to get it next year.
“It’s a dream come true for all of us, it’s a fantastic feeling to say I’m a Premier League champion.”