- Jurgen Klopp was overwhelmed with what he has achieved with Liverpool so far
- The German boss called his family to share in the greatness after winning the league
- Chelsea's win over Man City helped Liverpool confirm their status as English champions
Jurgen Klopp became part of Liverpool's history after helping the club win their first Premier League title in 30 years.
Chelsea's impressive 2-1 victory over their rivals Man City at Stamford Bridge handed the Reds the title seven matches before the end of the 2019-20 campaign.
Several Liverpool stars were spotted in the public watching closely the Chelsea vs Man City game.
Klopp was not left out of the suspense as the former Borussia Dortmund manager shared his experience moments before the end of the game in west London.
"I called my family 10 seconds before the final whistle. I told them I loved them, they told me they loved me. Then I put the phone on the table and said 'leave it on' because something special was happening. It was a really nice moment," quoted by Squawka.
And after the final the whistle, there were wild celebrations across Merseyside as the 30-year wait for a Premier League title finally arrived in the city of Liverpool.
Klopp who set a record-breaking feat with the Anfield giants was happy with the outcome of the results with their London rivals.
"I'm happy, really happy, relieved. Last night I was overwhelmed obviously, but it's a very good moment in my life. I know it's a really big achievement, an incredible ride to get here. Exceptional, I'm so happy for the boys," he added.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Liverpool won the Premier League in dramatic fashion as players were spotted having a wild party in someone's garden.
Willian scored the decisive penalty that gave Chelsea the 2-1 win over former champions Man City as Virgil van Dijk, Alisson and Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain were see jumping for joy.
Willian's penalty sent Man City to a 2-1 defeat at Chelsea and ensured the Reds won their first title in 30 years.
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