Liverpool won the 2018/2019 Champions League. This was after the Reds beat Tottenham Hotspur two goals without reply in the final.

In the match held at Wanda Metropolitano on Sunday (02/06/2019) early morning local time, Liverpool opened the scoring in the second minute when Moussa Sissoko’s handball made them get a penalty. Mohamed Salah executes perfectly into goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.

After the first half ended with Liverpool’s 1-0 advantage, Spurs turned all-out in the second half. The preoccupation attacked, the Spurs goalkeeper even collapsed again in the 87th minute by Divock Origi’s goal.

Beginning with an imperfect sweeping korner ball from Jan Vertonghen, the ball then fell at Joel Matip’s feet and passed to Origi who was free on the left side. He sent the ball to the far post with his left foot.

“We will present more. We will do everything to win (more) trophies with this team,” Mane quoted as saying by trusted sports betting website maxbet malaysia.

We are very proud and very happy to win this trophy. Dreams have come true. There is nothing better.

Until the match ended, Liverpool still maintained a 2-0 advantage and were entitled to appear as Champions League champions. This is the Reds’ sixth trophy in this competition throughout their history.

I can’t describe how good Alisson is – I saw him doing extraordinary salvation for us. We are very happy to have him on our team. He makes us better. For me he is the best in the world.

Meanwhile, the Spurs had to postpone his desire to win the trophy on his first appearance in the final.