Trent Alexander-Arnold has had a hell of a start to his career, and after tasting defeat in Kiev 12 months ago he was tonight reflecting on the fact he has joined the realms of Liverpool legends.
The full-back threatened down the right flank against Tottenham as the Merseyside club recorded a 2-0 win over Tottenham in Madrid.
The LIverpool native said winning the Champions League was a "dream come true", telling BT Sport: "I think the run that we've had, we beat everyone in our path.
"We've done something special again tonight and obviously the early goal and the late goal has finished them off and we've probably been dominated through the main part of the game but we've shown what we can do anyway.
"I think when we look back on tonight we're not going to think it was a sluggish game, we're going to think we've just won the European Cup and we've done it for all these fans."
On joining the ranks of Liverpool heroes who have lifted the trophy, the 20-year-old said: "It's hard to think of myself as a legend. For me I'm just a normal lad from Liverpool whose dream has just come true."
Goalscorer Origi told BT Sport: "We've done it.
"It's first about the team. I'm happy that I could play my part, but every single player fought hard today so it's just special.
"You can see the fans, it's a special day for Liverpool."