Liverpool win Premier League title and end 30-year drought

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The 30-year wait is over. Liverpool is again champion of England.

Liverpool claimed their first championship title since 1990, ending a frightening drought without the players even taking the field.

Instead, the Premier League crown was won when Chelsea beat Manchester City 2-1, second place, which means City can no longer catch Liverpool with seven games left.

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For the city of Liverpool, it has been a celebration of three decades in the making, but the ongoing restrictions caused by the coronavirus have prevented fans from celebrating en masse.

Only a few dozen fans were outside Anfield when the final whistle blew at Stamford Bridge, setting off fireworks and chants.

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After a dominant campaign interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, Liverpool has become England’s oldest champion – and the last. No team since the country’s championship system was created in 1888 has won the title with seven games remaining. And no team was crowned Premier League champion in June.

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