- Liverpool have just won the English Premier League after 30 years
- The Reds are also the current holders of the UEFA Champions League
- Now they have a total of 43 trophies in their cabinet
Liverpool are ahead of other Premier League clubs when it comes to the number of trophies in the cabinet as the Reds have amassed a total of 43 titles in their history, as cited on SPORTbible.
Jurgen Klopp has just led the team to win the Premier League for the first time in 30 years as they now rank above other big clubs to become the most decorated.
The rankings have now changed significantly especially for Manchester City and Liverpool who have already won domestic titles this season.
10. Blackburn Rovers - 10 titles
League title (x3), League Cup (x1) and FA Cup (x6)
9. Newcastle United - 11 trophies
League title (x4), FA Cup (x6) and Inter-Cities Fairs Cup (x1)
8. Everton - 15 trophies
League title (x9), FA Cup (x5) and European Cup Winners' Cup (x1)
7. Tottenham Hotspur - 17 trophies
League title (x2), FA Cup (x8), League Cup (x4), European Cup Winners' Cup (x1) and UEFA Cup (x2)
6. Manchester City -20 trophies
League title (x6), FA Cup (x6), League Cup (x7) and European Cup Winners' Cup (x1)
5. Aston Villa - 20 trophies
League title (x7), FA Cup (x7), League Cup )x5) and European Cup x1
4. Chelsea - 24 trophies
League title (x6), FA Cup (x8), League Cup (x5), European Cup (x1), Cup Winners' Cup (x2) and Europa League (x2)
3. Arsenal - 30 trophies
League title (x13), FA Cup (x13), League Cup (x2), Inter-Cities Fairs Cup (x1) and European Cup Winners' Cup (x1)
2. Manchester United - 42 trophies
League title (x20), FA Cup (x12), League Cup (x5), European Cup (x3), Cup Winners' Cup (x1) and UEFA Cup (x1)
1. Liverpool - 43 trophies
League title (x19), League Cup (x8), FA Cup (x7), European Cup (x6) and UEFA Cup/Europa League (x3)
Meanwhile, Frank Lampard and Jurgen Klopp were involved in a heated exchange during Liverpool's 5-3 victory over Chelsea.
The Blues manager was spotted on camera using a foul language at his counterpart in an incident involving players from either side.
Matteo Kovacic tackled Sadio Mane as referee Andre Marriner blew the whistle for a free-kick as Lampard and Klopp clashed on the sidelines.
However, Legit.ng earlier reported that no fewer than nine persons are currently in the Merseyside police net for flouting warnings not to gather around the stadium at Anfield during the Premier League trophy-presentation ceremony.
The Reds defeated Chelsea 5-3 in their final home game of the season in a fixture which fans have anticipated for one reason - to see their team lift their first title in three decades.
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