A valuable addition last season, the former Roma goalkeeper kept six clean sheets in the UEFA Champions League and made vital saves from Christian Eriksen and Lucas Moura in the final.
Man of the match in the 2019 UEFA Champions League final, Liverpool’s defensive linchpin has been an inspiration at the back with his strength, technique, aerial ability and leadership qualities.
One of six Liverpool players in the UEFA Champions League Squad of the Season, the adventurous left-back provided two assists and missed just one game en route to the trophy.
The holding midfielder joined from Monaco and contested every minute in Europe from the quarter-finals on and covered 10.63km in the final – more than any other Liverpool player.
The former Leipzig talent experienced mixed fortunes during his debut season, scoring his first UEFA Champions League knockout phase goal against Porto before a thigh injury against Barcelona.
The experienced playmaker has battled with injuries over the last two seasons but still made three UEFA Champions League appearances last term and was an unused substitute in the final.
Selfless and industrious in attack, the fan favourite contributed four goals to Liverpool’s UEFA Champions League cause last season and recovered from a muscle injury to appear in the final.
Long absent due to an ankle injury sustained in January 2018, the England youth international returned as an unused substitute in the last two games of Liverpool’s European Cup triumph.
The promising young Irish custodian has yet to make his senior Liverpool debut but earned a place on the bench with Mignolet during last season’s UEFA Champions League final in Madrid.
The powerful centre-back was limited by injury last season but made a pair of starts as Liverpool chased their sixth European title, including the quarter-final opener at home to Porto.
A dependable performer in the UEFA Champions League knockout phase, the German-born centre-back recovered a team-high seven balls in the final and served up a late assist for Divock Origi.
Wijnaldum started all but one of Liverpool’s UEFA Champions League matches last term, though it was coming off the bench to score twice against Barcelona where he truly left his mark.
The fifth Liverpool captain to lift the European Cup, the energetic midfielder played a full part in the Reds’ triumph with his effervescent displays and assists in the quarter and semi-finals.
Signed from Stoke City last July, the bustling wide player was one of the heroes of the remarkable semi-final comeback against Barcelona, crossing for Wijnaldum’s second goal at Anfield.
Joint top scorer in the 2018/19 Premier League, the pacy forward scored twice away at Bayern München and covered a club-high 134.8km in last season’s UEFA Champions League.
Origi secured his place in Liverpool legend with his double against Barcelona before capping their final victory in Madrid – the composed forward’s only three shots of the season.
The England international suffered a cruciate ligament injury during a friendly in July, having returned to the Reds after spending the latter half of 2018/19 on loan at Bournemouth.
Having started 2018/19 partnering Van Dijk, the versatile defender returned from a four-month leg injury to feature in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals, semis and final.
The youngest player to start consecutive UEFA Champions League finals, he delivered four assists in Europe last term – including a daring corner for Origi’s winner against Barcelona.
Another productive UEFA Champions League campaign from the hard-working midfielder yielded two goals and two assists, and it was his corner that led to Origi’s late strike in the Madrid decider.
Despite fears he would miss the entire season with a knee injury, the former Arsenal man returned to domestic action in April and was on the bench for the UEFA Champions League final.
At Liverpool since the age of seven, the winger has had several loans away; spent 2018/19 under Steven Gerrard at Rangers, winning the PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year award.
Liverpool’s talisman became the first Egyptian to score in a European Cup final with his early penalty in Madrid, helping to banish the heartache of his shoulder injury in the 2018 decider.
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