- Jordan Henderson won the 2019/20 Premier League title with Liverpool as captain
- Giant mural of the Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has appeared on the side of a house
- Henderson also won the Champions League title with Liverpool two seasons ago
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Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has been honoured once again by the club's fans with a giant mural of the Englishman inked on a wall as a sign of respect for the 30-year-old.
After waiting for 30 good years, Jordan Henderson and his teammates made Liverpool fans happy by winning the 2019/20 Premier League title.
Thirty years ago when Liverpool won the Premier League title, it was Alan Hansen who was the captain of the Anfield based-club.
This mural painted on the side of a house in Merseyside is the latest artwork celebrating Liverpool's Premier League win for the 2019/20 season.
Paul Curtis best known for his painting of the Liver Bird wings in Liverpool is the artist behind the work and started painting on Old Barn Road just a half a mile from the club's stadium.
Another mural of Henderson presented last month also shows him lifting the Premier League trophy with the message 'Anything is possible, never stop believing'.
Jordan Henderson started his career at Sunderland youth side before signing his first professional contract in 2008.
Last season, Jordan Henderson also lifted the Champions League title after Liverpool beat Tottenham in the final.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Liverpool recorded another success after winning the 2019/20 Premier League title as the Reds are now occupying fourth on the table of world's most valuable rankings.
The Reds waited for 30 years before Jürgen Klopp gave the Anfield fans the Premier League title, dethroning Manchester City.
According to the latest edition of the brand finance football annual, Liverpool's value has risen by six per cent to £1.143 billion thanks to their Premier League title win.
But despite their success winning the Premier League title, Liverpool are behind rivals Manchester United who are occupying third position.
Even though they won the Spanish La Liga title for the 2019/20 season, Real Madrid are still maintaining the top spot with a £205m fall.
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