Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino has not found enough words to describe his sense of crowning the Club World Cup
An exciting final match against the Libertadores Cup-winning Flamingo team for the Club World Cup title, which ended in Liverpool's victory with a goal scored by Firmino in the 99th minute.
Firmino said in statements highlighted by his club's website: "It is an indescribable feeling that we are crowned world champions."
"It would be great if the team's shirt was decorated with the Club World Cup badge next year," added the Brazilian.
In turn, left-back Andy Robertson commented on Liverpool's victory in the title, saying: "We had a strong desire to win this title. We left our families for a week, but we finally reaped the benefits."
"Now we will return to Milwood to add to the club a new title that has not been achieved before. We have written a new history for the club, and that feels great."
Liverpool hugged gold for the first time after losing the 2005 championship final to Sao Paulo 1-0.
The Egyptian King, Salah also hugged gold to add another record to his records as the first Egyptian to win the World Cup championship.
Egyptian international Mohamed Salah, Liverpool player, was crowned the best player in the FIFA Club World Cup in Qatar 2019.