Liverpool sealed their 19th league title last night after Chelsea picked up a 2-1 win over second placed Manchester City.
Guardiola’s side are now 23 points behind the leaders and they cannot bridge the gap with just seven games remaining.
Liverpool have been outstanding all season and they have deserved the title completely. At one point it seemed like the Coronavirus crisis could rob them of their chance to win the coveted trophy but now the Reds have secured the prize fair and square.
Manager Jurgen Klopp broke down on live television after Manchester City’s defeat. The German was full of emotion after guiding his side to a title win after 30 long years.
Speaking to the media, Klopp said that it was more than he could have hoped for when he joined the club.
He helped the Reds win the Champions League last season as well.
Klopp also assured the fans that there will be proper celebrations once the current health crisis has been dealt with.
“What can I say? It’s an incredible moment,” Klopp said in an interview. “I couldn’t be more proud of my coaching staff and all the people in Liverpool since we came in. It’s been a really exciting ride since the first day and it is not over yet. We watched it all together with the boys and it looks like there are still a good few more years left in their legs. It’s more than I ever dreamed of.
“It is a big moment, I have no words. It is such a big moment and I’m completely overwhelmed. I never could have thought it would feel like this, I had no idea …” Klopp, filling up with tears, broke off the interview at this point with: “Sorry gentlemen, I’m sealed.”