Liverpool became world champions on Saturday after defeating Flamengo in Qatar.
After creeping past Monterrey in their Club World Cup semi-final, the Reds had another tough game in the final.
Neither side managed to break the deadlock in normal time, setting up a nervy final 30 minutes of the game.
Liverpool celebrated jubilantly on the pitch and those celebrations continued into the dressing room.
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A few videos have emerged showing the scenes in the Liverpool dressing room after the game.
Adrian posted a video on social media of assistant manager Pepijn Lijnders going crazy with the trophy, before the dressing room breaks out into a chant of 'Championay!'
In another video, Liverpool's staff all huddle up for a picture and begin singing 'Allez, Allez, Allez!'
In this particular segment you can also see Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who left the pitch with injury and needed a protective boot, bouncing up and down in crutches.
This image of Oxlade-Chamberlain celebrating in front of his teammates is gold.
Hopefully that's a sign that the Englishman's injury isn't actually that serious.
And a video has also emerged of Liverpool players showing their appreciation to Roberto Firmino.
With the Brazilian posing for pictures with the trophy, Liverpool players break out into a chant of 'Si Senor'.
Great scenes. Firmino also scored the winner in the semi-final and Alisson Becker sang his praises after the game.
"We know and he knows how important he is for the team. And we value him a lot. I think he is one of the most important players for us," he said, per the Mirror.
"He doesn't just score, but he assists too. He makes the team play from behind, he helps us a lot and makes a difference.
"We are really happy and I am really happy that he could score. It's important for a striker to score and I'm really happy for everybody and this title."News Now - Sport News