Proud to be From the Dyke: ‘it Seemed as though Chelsea, Manchester City and would never, ever end
June 26, 2020 at 00:06
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Virgil van Dijk was a Thursday evening happy after Liverpool’s historic title had been secured. The captain of the Orange and it didn’t work when watching the Chelsea-Manchester City (1-2), the game that the team final, the champion was.
“It felt like a game that last forever and it lasted and never so finish,” said Van Dijk after The City, in front of the camera by BT Sport. “I’m so nervous, but it was wonderful to be back in the championship, with all of us, too. I can’t tell you what that feeling was.”
The Liverpool players and the coaches saw it on a tv screen in the grounds of their hotel to Manchester City and a defeat suffered in London, and as an unbridgeable gap ‘to The Top’ came from. It is up to Liverpool’s first title since 1990.