Liverpool have been crowned the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup champions after Roberto Firmino sealed a 1-0 extra-time victory over Flamengo in Doha.
The Brazilian scored the crucial goal in the ninth minute of extra-time against the club from his homeland, after Sadio Mane played him in following a defence-splitting pass from Jordan Henderson.
In the regular 90 minutes, Firmino hit the post and Mohamed Salah flashed a shot wide, while Reds goalkeeper Alisson Becker twice had to deny Gabriel Barbosa as Flamengo pushed for a goal in the second half of normal time.
In stoppage time Jurgen Klopp's side were awarded a penalty before seeing the decision overturned by the Video Assistant Referee,.
But that didn't affect the 2018/19 Champions League winners as they became the second English side to win the Club World Cup, after Manchester United in 2008.
See: Liverpool report