Liverpool Wins – level 3

02-07-2020 07:00

Thousands of Liverpool fans gathered outside Anfield stadium to celebrate the club’s first Premier League title.

It’s Liverpool’s 19th top-flight title and the first top league title since the 1989-1990 season, that was managed by club legend Sir Kenny Dalglish. Over 200 miles away, Chelsea beat Man City 2-1 in a game behind closed doors. The results meant that it was mathematically impossible to overtake Liverpool in the league. Within half an hour of the result, about 2,000 fans gathered outside Liverpool’s empty stadium and they set off flares and fireworks in the street.

Although some lockdown measures remain in place in the UK, police made no attempt at the stadium to disperse the crowd.

Difficult words: top-flight (of the top level), legend (a person who is famous and admired for what he achieved in a particular field), flare (a sudden burst of light or flame).

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