Gallery: The best images from Liverpool’s Champions League parade

They’ve finally done it!

At the fourth time of asking, Liverpool have at last won a trophy under Jurgen Klopp, a man who has so often been labelled as a ‘bottler’ due to his inability to get his side over the finishing line.

Now, however, the German can call himself a European champion.

Klopp’s never-say-die attitude and his players’ admirable spirit helped them record a professional 2-0 win over Tottenham in the Champions League final in Madrid, and secured a sixth major European Cup in the process.

You can relive Liverpool’s Champions League celebrations in glorious 2D thanks to the guys at 442oons in the video below…

For many of the Liverpool players, this piece of silverware is the first in their careers; players such as Roberto Firmino and Andy Robertson had never won anything previously.

As a result, the relief was quite obviously palpable – Virgil van Dijk even fell to the floor in disbelief after Divock Origi netted the winner.

Their emotions must’ve gone into overdrive, and thousands of Liverpool supporters took to the streets to welcome their heroes home.

Let’s take a look at the best images from the Reds’ trophy parade…

Alisson Becker holds the trophy aloft

Liverpool’s No.13 Alisson Becker holds the trophy aloft, a piece of silverware that he deserved more than anyone after his exquisite performance in the final against Tottenham. A solid glovesman.

One fans goes to extreme lengths to catch a glance of the parade!

This looks extremely dangerous, and we would not recommend going to these extremes to see the parade. The players are on a bus anyway, so why is he so high up?! (Nice mankini though)

The hero of the Champions League, Divock Origi, gets his hands on the trophy

The man who netted two goals in the semi-final against Barcelona, and another to secure the win in the final against Tottenham, stands front and centre with the trophy.

Fans clamber over the street signs of the city to show their support

Dangerously, but less so than the fan who is stood at the top of a ladder on some scaffolding, some fans clamber over the street signs of Liverpool to get a better view of their heroes.

The owner of the Champions League's best ever corner gets up close and personal with the trophy

Trent Alexander-Arnold, the man whose genius quick thinking in the semi-final against Barcelona helped Divock Origi net the winner, takes to the corner of the bus this time to show off the famous old trophy.

Liverpool's No.9 Roberto Firmino sports a new look

Liverpool forward Firmino takes the colours of the club and puts them on his head as he gets the celebrations underway – nice glasses too, Bobby.

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