Liverpool defeated Tottenham to claim their sixth Champions League Trophy. After failing to overcome Manchester City in the Premier League, Jurgen Klopp and his team thoroughly deserved to win a European trophy!
Liverpool took the lead in only the second minute of the game, after Salah converted a penalty that was awarded due to a handball.
This lead was held for the majority of the match, with both teams putting on a dull performance. Kane started for Tottenham rather than Lucas Moura – the player who had got them to this stage. The squad lacked the intensity needed to overcome Liverpool.
Despite attempts to equalise, Tottenham took another blow when Origi netted the second goal of the night in the 87th minute. From that moment, nobody questioned that the trophy had indeed been won by the Reds!
It has been an amazing season for both clubs, but particularly for Jurgen Klopp and his team. There is no doubt that Liverpool will be contending among the other Premier League giants again next season, posing a threat once again to Manchester City.