A video went viral on social media platforms showing Liverpool players celebrating their Premier League title win, which is the first one since 1990.\r\n\r\nLiverpool <a href="https:\/\/twitter.com\/trentaa98?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor">defender<\/a> Trent Alexander-Arnold shared a clip of the squad celebrating their Premier League win.\r\n\r\nThe Reds clinched the title yesterday evening after Chelsea beat Manchester City 2-1.\r\n\r\nJurgen Klopp's men cannot be caught now at the top of the table, and have wrapped up domestic glory for the 19th time in their glorious history.\r\n\r\nThe clip shows the players, who counted down as the clock ticked away in injury time, and immediately cheered and sang "campiones, campiones" after the final whistle.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/trentaa98\/status\/1276422063348240384\r\n\r\n<a href="https:\/\/see.news\/liverpool-become-premier-league-champions-after-30-long-years\/">After 30 years, Liverpool managed to claim the Premier League title following Man City 2-1 defeat to Chelsea.<\/a>\r\n\r\nThe Reds\u2019 first league title since 1990 was confirmed on Thursday, after Pep Guardiola\u2019s side failed to win at Stamford Bridge.\r\n\r\nChristian Pulisic\u2019s goal had given Chelsea the lead before a wonderful Kevin De Bruyne sparked hopes of a comeback, but Fernandinho\u2019s late red card led to a coolly converted penalty to win the game \u2013 and gift Liverpool league glory.\r\n\r\nLiverpool had cemented their phenomenal season with a 4-0 battering of Crystal Palace at Anfield on Wednesday, and their lead of 23 points at the top of the table is the largest held by a champion in English top-flight history.\r\n<h3>Liverpool\u2019s Historic Season..<\/h3>\r\nThe tone was set from the very start, Klopp\u2019s side winning each of their opening eight league games to open up a significant gap on the chasing pack.\r\n<div class="jeg_ad jeg_ad_article jnews_content_inline_ads ">\r\n<div class="ads-wrapper align-center ">\r\n<div class="ads_code">That run ended with a draw at Manchester United in October, but they responded to that setback in incredible fashion, winning their next 18 league games \u2013 including a 3-1 victory over City in November and a comprehensive 4-0 thrashing of second-placed Leicester on Boxing Day.<\/div>\r\n<\/div>\r\n<\/div>\r\nWhen they won 2-0 at West Ham on January 29, Liverpool had achieved another piece of history. For the first time ever, they had beaten each and every team in a top-flight league season. Their superiority was unarguable.\r\n\r\nAt that point, the hope was that they could match Arsenal\u2019s \u2018Invincibles\u2019 of 2003-04 and go through the entire league campaign unbeaten, but a shock 3-0 loss to Watford in late February put paid to that.\r\n\r\nThen came the ultimate spanner in the works, with the Premier League\u2019s suspension in mid-March due to the coronavirus crisis. Liverpool were 25 points clear at the pause, needing just six more in order to be crowned champions.\r\n\r\nWith seven games still remaining, it is the earliest any side has ever won the Premier League title in history, with Jurgen Klopp\u2019s men surpassing the achievements of Manchester United in 2000-01 and Manchester City\u2019s \u2018centurions\u2019 of 2017-18. Both of those teams clinched the league with five games left.