- Liverpool have clinched the title with 7 games to spare on Thursday.
- This achievement comes off the back of the work Jurgen Klopp has done over 5 years at Anfield.
- And Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti was quick to praise his counterpart - despite heading up the Reds' direct derby opponents.
Liverpool have become mathematically unassailable on Thursday as Man City succumbed to Chelsea at the Bridge - and Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti congratulated Jurgen Klopp on the logical conclusion for the team he's built over 5 years.
"I have a great relationship with Jurgen Klopp," Ancelotti told Sky in Italy. "We already met last week when everything was pretty much already decided, I already congratulated him even before this week's events.
"But really, Klopp is the architect behind the success of this team, not only in the Premier League - but also for what he managed to do during these five years since his arrival. With a lot of patience, he was able to build a perfect machine."
Klopp came to the rescue of a side toiling away around 6th in the table, in decline just a year after challenging for the title. The German has gradually transformed the squad and the team climbed to their current high level during the 2017/18 season.
The Reds made the Champions League final only to be on the wrong side of luck against an under-par Real Madrid side and lost the league title to City by a solitary point the next season.
However, life always gives you second chances, so here we are a year later, with Liverpool clinching both the Champions League and Premier League titles.