Wijnaldum marks the difference between the end of the PL and the UCL seasons
- Liverpool player shares his views on both Liverpool's campaigns, the Premier League and the Champions League.
- Wijnaldum highlights that Liverpool have done everything they could to win the Premier League.
- But the result of the season was out of their hands - it depended on Manchester City failing along the way.
- And the Champions League is something that will be determined by Liverpool.
Liverpool's game on the Premier League's final day ended in their victory. We beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-0 at Anfield that day.
This victory became the 30th for the Reds during 2018-2019 Premier League season.
Georginio Wijnaldum highlights that Liverpool have done everything they could and had no choice but to watch how the things are going for Manchester City.
Som for the final part of the season, the end result of this campaign was out of our hands. We had to hope for Manchester City slipping somewhere along the way. They didn't and that's fair enough:
"We put everything in, everything we could.
"If you look at the games where we still managed to win - Everton at home, Fulham away, Newcastle away and I probably forget five or six more difficult games that we still managed to win. We give it our all but in the end it wasn't enough.
"The last couple of games were basically games where we could only win and look at what City were doing. They won also, so fair enough that they are champions."
But with the Champions League we have a different story. It's just up for Liverpool to decide where the trophy is going. It's in their power to determine how the Champions League season ends:
"But now we have a game that we can control, so we have to bring that to a good end.
"It would be really special, especially because this season deserves an end like that. We're going to do everything to bring it to that end, but it's going to be tough."