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Premier League Champions 2019/20 🏆❤️
Liverpool are champions again after a 30-year wait – just how good a team are we witnessing here?
Pearce: The best I’ve seen since I started watching Liverpool in the mid-1980s. This is a special team with an incredible manager. It’s got the perfect mix of youth and experience and it’s got quality in abundance. Their hunger and desire is off the scale and they are bound together by a real spirit and sense of camaraderie. Just look at all the records they have broken this season. They have won the title with seven games to spare and they lead the way by 18 points. That’s complete and utter domination.
Bascombe: As good as any Liverpool team I have seen. The strongest XI is the best in the world, freakishly brilliant in every department. Every side they face knows they must give the performance of a lifetime to get a draw. When teams have success against Liverpool, increasingly rare, they now celebrate it like the greatest moment in their modern history. Those are the standards Klopp has set. When they click, games can look like a non-contest. We should savour this while we can. Teams like this tend to come along once in a lifetime. They are young enough to dominate the Premier League and Champions League for the next five years.
Reddy: No team has won the Premier League with seven games to spare. Liverpool’s excellence is in danger of being normalised because of how consistent they are, but we are witnessing greatness. This is a team that has played in consecutive Champions League finals, won the club’s sixth European Cup, got 97 points last season and have posted domestic numbers in this campaign not seen around in Europe’s top five leagues. They are extraordinarily resilient and relentless – the ‘mentality monsters’ tag couldn’t be more apt – and have shown extensive variability in how they win.
Lynch: The players and manager that ended Liverpool’s long wait were always going to go down as legends at Anfield, but this team is so much more than just that. They are not just the new Premier League title-holders, but also still the reigning European and world champions – and every single one of those achievements has been fully merited. We are watching one of the truly great Liverpool sides in action, which, considering everything that has gone before, is just remarkable. Fans should cherish every moment of this