Premier League comes to an end with Liverpool crowned as champions
The 2019-20 Premier League has finally come to an end, with every on-field issue having been resolved despite the 100-day coronavirus shutdown that threatened to leave England's top flight in a state of disarray.
Liverpool has been crowned champions for the first time since 1990, Manchester United are back in the Champions League and a dramatic final-day saw Aston Villa hold onto their Premier League status as Bournemouth and Watford joined Norwich in being relegated to the Championship.
Liverpool has obtained the title of champions before the ending of English premier league 2019-2020. At the end of the season, they end-up at the top of the point table with 99 points with 52 goal differences. Despite COVID situations, Liverpool showed extraordinary performance and obtained various records such as won the title with 7 games left to play, became the fastest team to 30 wins in a season, made the best start ever (61 points from their first 21 games) and ended with 32 league wins to equal the tally set by Manchester City in 2017-18."Absolutely special" was how manager Jurgen Klopp described getting his hands on the coveted piece of silverware, 30 years since Liverpool was last crowned English champion.
"We don't compare as we haven't won it before ... these boys are so special. I couldn't be more proud of them throwing in a performance like this on the pitch in an open game, obviously, but nice, nice goals," he told reporters. Followed by the victory of Liverpool Jurgen Klopp was chosen as the LMA manager of the year.
Golden boot: Jamie Vardy
Golden glove: Ederson
Assist record: Kevin de Bruyne