- Jordan Henderson and Mohamed Salah have welcomed new babies nine months after Barcelona comeback
- Liverpool were losing 3-0 from their semi-final first leg against Barca but two goals each from Origi and Wijnaldum sent the Reds to the Champions League final
- While Henderson and wife Rebecca welcomed a bouncing baby boy, Mohamed Salah and his Magi wife welcomed a bouncing baby girl
Nine months after Liverpool's miraculous comeback against Barcelona in the Champions League, club's captain Jordan Henderson and teammate Mohamed Salah have welcomed new babies to their families.
Last season, Liverpool were trailing 3-0 from their semi-final first leg against Barcelona but two goals each from Divock Origi and Georginio Wijnaldum sent the Reds to the Champions League final.
They eventually lifted the trophy after winning 2-0 against Tottenham in the final and it appears that some of Liverpool's players went the extra mile in celebrating that victory.
This follows reports that Jordan Henderson and wife Rebecca welcomed a bouncing baby boy, their third child after daughters, Elexa and Alba.
Also, it was gathered that Mohamed Salah and his Magi wife has also welcomed a bouncing baby girl to their family and have named her Kayan.
It is Salah's second child, joining his young daughter, Makka.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Mark Gretton, a Liverpool fan, is confident his club will be crowned league champions at the end of this season and has already gotten a tattoo that reads 'Premier League Champions 2019/20'.
Liverpool have a 22-point lead over Man City and Gretton believes its game over despite 13 league games left to play in the season.
The Reds need six more wins to secure the title and Gretton believes the league is done and dusted.
Liverpool players will all share £4 million as their first bonus for bringing the crown to Anfield.
However, sharing formula will have to do with the number of appearances each player get this season in the Premier League.
The likes of Virgil Van Dijk, Sadio Mane, Jordan Henderson, Alisson and Mohamed Salah are expected to get the highest money based on the fact that they are always in every game.
Jurgen Klopp and his coaching crew will also receive big bonuses at the end of the season if they become victorious.
When Liverpool defeated Tottenham last season in the Champions League final, the players shared £7 million among themselves.