The Reds needed Manchester City to lose points last night to end a 30-year wait for that league crown.
If not, that day was coming and it’s sort of poetic that the previous champions are their next game.
Jurgen Klopp’s manne getting the better of the holders and dethroning them at home makes for an awesome story.
I know that feeling - when Arsenal went to Old Trafford in 2002 and clinched the title with a solitary Sylvain Wiltord goal. These are the sorts of moments you remember as a fan.
And it makes my hartjie seer to see these Liverpool fans gaaning aan. Don’t get me wrong, I’m happy for them, just not happy for myself.
If one team got tanked by the coronavirus crisis, it’s my Gunners. Since they came back from the break, it’s just been bad news.
After 20 minutes of their comeback game, Granit Xhaka and Pablo Mari were injured.
Then David Luiz came on to give away two goals and got his las gat sent off for another trademark oopsie.
Then against Brighton on Saturday, it was goalkeeper Bernd Leno, who got taken out in mid-air by Neal Maupay and injured ligaments in his knee.
Arsenal went on to lose the game because they couldn’t kill off the Seagulls when they had a lead.
And it just gets worse for boss Mikel Arteta, who was the first figure in the Premier League to confirm that he had the virus.
I bet he tells his wife before he goes to bed that being Arsenal boss is worse than having Covid-19. OK, that was tasteless, but you know what I’m saying. Arsenal sucks.
Somehow, they are still in the FA Cup.
And with Sheffield United on a losing streak, let’s hope the Gunners can find their mojo on Sunday.