Liverpool channelled a performance worthy of Jose Mourinho as they managed to win the Champions League over Tottenham with the least possession in a victory since the 2010 Inter side coached by the Portuguese himself.
Liverpool's Divock Origi became only the second Belgium player to score in a Champions League/European Cup final after Yannick Carrasco for Atletico vs Real Madrid in 2016; Origi has scored with all three of his shots in the CL this season.
Trent Alexandre-Arnold came close to doubling the lead in the 17th minute, however, his right footed long range strike went just wide.
Spurs have now conceded eight goals in the opening 15 minutes of Champions League games this season. Goalkeeper Alisson was in commanding form as Spurs created more chances but lacked the champions' clinical touch.
"I am so happy for my family", he said. "It is the best night of our professional lives".
"Did you ever see a team like, this, fighting with no fuel in the tank?" They played a sensational season as well, and they would've deserved it as well, obviously. "'Let's talk about six, baby, let's talk about you and me, let's talk about all the good things and all the bad things there may be". And we have just done it for all these fans. The players appeared to be deflated by the turn of events but if the truth be told they can not complain about the result. "We can be optimistic".
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And a year after defeat in the final to Real Madrid, Juergen Klopp has his first title after four years as Liverpool manager.
Spurs counterpart Mauricio Pochettino took the gamble of selecting England captain and main striker Harry Kane despite his not having played since April because of an ankle injury, replacing semi-final hat-trick hero Lucas Moura, but he had no impact.
Tottenham threw caution to the wind in the final minutes with Llorente on the pitch but it was Liverpool who finished the victors, claiming their sixth European Cup. Salah smashed the ball past Hugo Lloris to register the second fastest goal in the Champions League final history. They're in the position Liverpool were in past year.
"Liverpool have been brilliant for a couple of years now and it's great Jurgen Klopp's team have had this moment after pushing Man City so far in the league".
It was left to Origi, one of the heroes of the stunning semi-final win over Barcelona, to wrap it up with three minutes left as he swept home inside the box to end any doubt.