Inside Liverpool's dressing room celebrations after their Club World Cup triumph

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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.

But it was Liverpool who would emerge triumphant as Roberto Firmino scored the winner 10 minutes into extra-time.

Liverpool celebrated jubilantly on the pitch and those celebrations continued into the dressing room.

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.

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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.

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"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."

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