- Tom Werner admires what he saw on Wednesday at Anfield.
- The Palace game embodied the dominant fashion in which Liverpool fave won the league.
- Last summer it was impossible to imagine tat it would happen like that.
Liverpool chairman Tom Werner claims he was deeply impressed with what he saw in the recent match between Liverpool and Crystal Palace which the Reds won 4-0.
"When I watched the game against Crystal Palace the other night, I was just so impressed with the talent that came from so many different players," Tom Werner told The Athletic.
"To win this trophy with seven matches still to be played, we’ve been so dominant. We’re close to making it three seasons in a row without losing a league match at home.
"If I’d said to you when we met at Fenway Park in Boston last July that this moment would not only occur but would occur with such a points gap between Liverpool and the rest of the league, you would have thought I was crazy.
"It’s a singular achievement. All the kudos and accolades to Jurgen and the team."
Liverpool secured the Premier League title in just 31 games, currently leading the top-flight table by 23 points. The Reds will face second-placed Manchester City on July 2, with fixtures against Aston Villa, Brighton, Burnley, Arsenal, Chelsea and Newcastle following.