Tottenham Vs Liverpool: Here are the twitter reactions after Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Tottenham to clinch their sixth Champions league.
Liverpool have finally won the Champions league after 14 years of wait. The new European Champion were dominating the game since the very first minute.
The Reds were awarded a penalty in the initial minutes of the game as a handball by Mousa Sissiko in the 18-yard box charged Tottenham with a penalty.
Later, Liverpool’s main man Mohamed Salah did not disappoint as he shot the ball straight into the net to give a significant advantage to Liverpool early in the game.
Since then, Mauricio Pochettino’s side failed to make a return to the game as Liverpool’s defense disallowed Spurs to capitalize their chances.
Spurs tried to make a come back, but were failing to find a leak, despite coming close few times in the second half. Tensions mounted in the late minutes of the game as Tottenham tried to level the scoreline and Liverpool tried to increase the gap.
In the end, the Reds were able to achieve their objective as Divock Origi came in from the bench to secure the title for Liverpool in the 88th minute after securing the score at 2-0.
The goal certainly crashed the dream of Tottenham as they were hoping to win their first ever European prize, but Origi thrashed their dream as his goal helped Liverpool to conquer their sixth European title.
Here are some of the Twitter reactions from the game.
— Scello Gumbi (@ScelloG) June 1, 2019
It is a special, unforgettable moment for all of these brave, tireless Liverpool players.
But their captain, a player scrutinised so often, a player who inherited the LFC captaincy from the hardest imaginable act to follow; Jordan Henderson, you deserve this night. pic.twitter.com/3GOvEjNjrz
— The Tactical Times (@Tactical_Times) June 1, 2019
— FootballJOE (@FootballJOE) June 1, 2019
FT: #LFC 2 Tottenham 0: Liverpool are crowned champions of Europe for a sixth time. Unbelievable scenes in Madrid after Origi settled the final following Salah's early penalty. The first piece of silverware of Jurgen Klopp's reign is the biggest prize in European club football.
— James Pearce (@JamesPearceEcho) June 1, 2019
— Rafa Benitez Web (@rafabenitezweb) June 1, 2019
— TheKop.com (@TheKop_com) June 1, 2019