- Steven Gerrard is one of the first to congratulate Liverpool for winning the Premier League
- A former captain, Gerrard missed out of the EPL title despite winning several laurels with the Reds
- Jurgen Klopp has led the team to win the prestigious title for the first time in 30 years
Delighted Steven Gerrard wants the party to begin as he celebrates former club Liverpool for their incredible glory after winning the English Premier League which had been out of their reach for 30 years.
Chelsea’s 2-1 victory over Manchester City helped the Reds confirm the coveted title for the first times since the Premier League era began.
As a result of City’s loss to Chelsea, Pep Guardiola’s men are left 23 points behind Liverpool who now have an unassailable 86 points with just 7 games left to play.
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"Let the party begin," Gerrard wrote on Instagram.
Also, fans have taken to social media to celebrate the club after emerging winners of the coveted Premier League for the first time in 30 years.
It is Liverpool’s first win since the Premier League era began with many applauding the manager Jurgen Klopp.
A fan wrote: “In all seriousness, congratulations to Liverpool. A great rebuilding job by Jurgen Klopp to get them where they are today. I admire how they've built up from 2015 - 8th, 4th, 4th, 2nd + CL and now champions. A fantastically well run club and a model for us to follow.”
And another added: “Congratulations to Liverpool and Liverpool fans, thoroughly deserving champions! TrophyPartying face. A great team on the pitch and a real spirit and togetherness off it, what an incredible job Klopp has done!”
Another supporter wrote: "Many congratulations to Liverpool FC for winning the Premier League for the first time in 30 years.
Thoroughly deserved, and I say this as a Manchester United supporter. So much credit must go to the magnificent Jurgen Klopp, who has transformed them from also-rans to champions."
Legit.ng earlier reported that Bernd Leno could be out for up to a year after suffering a cruciate knee ligament injury, reports claim.
Arsenal No.1 was involved in an aerial challenge with Brighton's Neal Maupay during the 2-1 defeat in a Premier League encounter. The German international goalkeeper spent five minutes on the field after being attended to by the medics. Rea
The Arsenal ace screamed out as he landed awkwardly on the pitch and was stretched off in the 40th minute, shouting and furiously pointing at Maupay.
Leno was substituted afterwards and was replaced by the Gunners No.2 Emiliano Martinez who conceded two goals, including from the French forward who went on to score Brighton's match-winner in injury-time.
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