- Premier League has now been engraved with Liverpool's name on it
- The Merseyside outfit emerged winners for the first time since the competition rebranded in 1992
- Jurgen Klopp's men face Chelsea and Newcastle United in their remaining two games this season
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Liverpool's name has finally been engraved on the Premier League trophy for the first time since 1992 this season.
The Reds were confirmed champions late last month following Chelsea's 2-1 win over defending champions Manchester City at Stamford Bridge last month.
Coach Jurgen Klopp's men after narrowly missing out of winning the silverware to the Citizens' last campaign, they ensured the mistake they made in the 2018-19 term never repeated itself.
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The Merseyside outfit has played 36 games this campaign - losing three and drawing another three, which means they have won 30 of their Premier League appearances this season.
Meanwhile, this EPL glory is coming just one season after winning the UEFA Champions League title triumph.
The German-born tactician has ended the long wait for the English topflight title which has eluded them since the competition rebranded and relaunched in 1992.
Although, they failed to match City's 100 points a season record despite gapping the Etihad Stadium outfit with as much as 25 points at a particular time, winning the league appears to be the most important feat.
Liverpool face Chelsea and Newcastle United in their remaining two games this campaign and they can enjoy a very long break before the new season resumes sometime in September.
After their last home game against the Blues on Wednesday, July 22, they will be handed the trophy as the new champions of England.
They already crashed out of the Champions League as well as other domestic competitions this season.
Legit.ng earlier reported Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has dropped the hint on when he would leave the Premier League side claiming that he will still be the club's gaffer for next four seasons.
This latest development will not be a welcome one for Liverpool fans who want the German to be in charge of the Reds for a very long term considering his achievements so far.
It took Jurgen Klopp three seasons in England before turning the Reds to a Premier League title contenders as he fought with Manchester City last term losing the crown on the final day.
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