- Liverpool are the current champions of England after having won the Premier League for the first time in 30 years
- Club fans around the globe have continued to celebrate the unprecedented feat
- Their supporters in South Sudan have donated items to older people to celebrate the glory
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Liverpool won the English Premier league for the first time in 30 years and the glory has continued to delight their fans around the globe with fans in South Sudan making a huge donation to celebrate the title.
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.
Jürgen 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.
And their fans around the world are loving the moment as they continue to banter proudly as the elusive title is now theirs.
Photos of the Reds’ fans in South Sudan have surfaced online as they donated food items, hand sanitizers, face masks and soaps to elderly persons in the town of Juba as a means of support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“In celebration of the Liverpool FC EPL trophy, Liverpool fans in South Sudan donated food items, hand sanitizers, face masks & soaps to older people in Juba to support them during this COVID 19 time.
“We are one big Family,” popular philanthropist and staunch Liverpool supporter John Mading Mabor wrote.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that no fewer than nine Liverpool fans landed 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.
There were initial concerns that the pandemic would force Premier League games to be played on neutral grounds, but since the restart, clubs have enjoyed home games, albeit without their fans.
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