Liverpool Football Club returned to the pinnacle of continental football at the end of the 2018-19 season, lifting their sixth European Cup on the back of a record-breaking league campaign. Having watched their team rack-up a stunning 97 points and take the battle for the Premier League crown to the final day, Kopites descended upon Madrid to draw the curtain on one of the finest seasons in their history. In the heat of the Spanish capital, Jurgen Klopp's men stepped out in the Champions League final for the second year running. This time it was Tottenham Hotspur who stood in their way and this time, the famous old trophy returned to Anfield after a 14-year absence. This was a season in which the Reds were firm and thrilling throughout, with a defence as solid as any in the club's rich history and a strike force that struck fear into teams throughout Europe. It was a season in which technical superiority and a collective will to win produced unforgettable results and, at times, defied belief.