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Summary

  1. Salah scores penalty after two mins following Sissoko handball
  2. Substitute Origi fires in late on to double Reds' lead
  3. Victory gives Liverpool their sixth European crown
  4. Jose Antonio Reyes remembered before kick-off following death in car crash

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Liverpool make it six

    Tottenham 0-2 Liverpool

    Liverpool

    Liverpool won a penalty inside 30 seconds to set up a Champions League final win against Tottenham in a scrappy game in Madrid.

    Mo Salah converted from the spot before subsitute Divock Origi wrapped up the win late on.

    The Reds have now won the title on six occasions - behind only AC Milan (7) and Real Madrid (13).

    Mo Salah scores

    You can read the match report here.

  2. 'Did you ever see a team like this?'

    Tottenham 0-2 Liverpool

    Liverpool

    Jurgen Klopp

    Jurgen Klopp speaking to BT Sport: "I am so happy for the boys all these people, and my family. They suffer for me, they deserve it more than anybody.

    "Did you ever see a team like, this, fighting with no fuel in the tank? And we have a keeper who makes difficult things look easy.

    "It is the best night of our professional lives.

    "It took a while, it is important for our development and improvement, This little mark helps a lot, now we can carry on. The owners never put pressure on us.

    "Normally 20 minutes after the game I am half drunk, but now I have only had water!"

  3. Post update

    Tottenham 0-2 Liverpool

    Chris Sutton

    Ex-Chelsea striker on BBC Radio 5 live

    Jurgen Klopp conquers Europe. He said when he arrived four years ago that he needed a trophy and now he has the biggest one of all.

    Liverpool picked themselves back up again this season, 97 points in the league, they grabbed the bull by the horns in Madrid.

  4. 'The best moment of my life' - Henderson

    Tottenham 0-2 Liverpool

    Liverpool

    Jordan Henderson speaking to BT Sport: "Without this manager this is impossible. You go through tough times in a season, but what he has done since coming in is unbelievable.

    "There's such a togetherness, he has created a special dressing room - all the praise goes to the manager.

    "I'm so proud to be a part of this football club and to cap it with this is so special to me .

    "I just try to give my best every time I play football and to help my team no matter what. I've had tough times but I've kept going - just as this club has.

    "It's the best moment of my life, this is what I dreamed of since I was a kid.

    "It's not about me, it's not about me being captain or lifting the trophy, it's about this club, these players, this manager. Now we must keep going and kick on."

  5. 'Just a normal lad'

    Tottenham 0-2 Liverpool

    Liverpool

    Liverpool right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold: "It is hard to put into words. The season we have had, we deserved it more than any other team. We have done something special, we dominated the game.

    "We will not look back and think it was sluggish game, we will see we are European champions.

    "I am just a normal lad from Liverpool whose dream has just come true."

  6. Post update

    Tottenham 0-2 Liverpool

    Graphic

    Jurgen Klopp ends a run of six losing finals to join the club of Anfield legends...

  7. 'I am so proud of my team'

    Tottenham 0-2 Liverpool

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Pochettino

    Mauricio Pochettino speaking to BT Sport: "I feel very proud about their effort, how we fight. We were unlucky, we concede a goal on a penalty. We were fighting, and we played so well in the second half. I feel so proud, a little bit unlucky. To start 1-0 down from the start was tough, we changed our plans but we are very proud of these players and these fans. We can be optimistic.

    "That [penalty] was the circumstance we cannot manage or prepare for. You can never believe you will be 1-0 down after a minute. Mentally it was very tough, it’s about learning and experience, like Liverpool were in this position last year.

    "I am so pleased to manage this group of players, but congratulations to Liverpool.

    "The standards are so high, it wasn’t enough today. It’s a shame. You want to experience this again and repeat it. It is the best game in the world after the World Cup.

    "It’s about trying, believing and building the journey so it happens again as soon as possible."

  8. 'I am so proud of my team'

    Tottenham 0-2 Liverpool

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Pochettino

    Mauricio Pochettino speaking to BT Sport: "I feel very proud about their effort, how we fight. We were unlucky, we concede a goal on a penalty. We were fighting, and we played so well in the second half. I feel so proud, a little bit unlucky. To start 1-0 down from the start was tough, we changed our plans but we are very proud of these players and these fans. We can be optimistic.

    "That [penalty] was the circumstance we cannot manage or prepare for. You can never believe you will be 1-0 down after a minute. Mentally it was very tough, it’s about learning and experience, like Liverpool were in this position last year.

    "I am so pleased to manage this group of players, but congratulations to Liverpool.

    "The standards are so high, it wasn’t enough today. It’s a shame. You want to experience this again and repeat it. It is the best game in the world after the World Cup.

    "It’s about trying, believing and building the journey so it happens again as soon as possible."

  9. Get Involved

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    Steven Jerjian: From a very happy Liverpool fan, nothing but respect for Spurs, who are in a similar position to where we were a year ago. If Poch gets his wish and can invest wisely, then they will be back soon enough.

    Aaron: Whatever Mane does or thinks before games... I want to know. That man just does not get flustered by anything. Easily Liverpool's best player.

    Mike: Such a shame that the narrative of the victory is “they deserved it for what they did this season”. Still a well done Liverpool.

  10. Get into them!

    Tottenham 0-2 Liverpool

    This was the first ever Champions League final without a single card shown.

  11. 'No way was it a penalty'

    Tottenham 0-2 Liverpool

    Penalty

    Former Tottenham hero Glenn Hoddle on BT Sport on that controversial penalty: "No way was it a penalty. Sissoko was pointing when he was running back, looking at something up the pitch, it’s like he was coaching sand saying ‘take the runner’.

    "If he was trying to stop the cross, he would have out both hands up. It hit him in the chest and rolled along his arm. If that is a penalty, we will have 100 of them per game."

  12. Post update

    Jordan Henderson also said that he grew up dreaming of lifting the European Cup, which considering he was at Sunderland was a touch ambitious...

  13. 'The best moment of my life' - Henderson

    Tottenham 0-2 Liverpool

    Liverpool

    Jordan Henderson speaking to BT Sport: "Without this manager this is impossible. You go through tough times in a season, but what he has done since coming in is unbelievable.

    "There's such a togetherness, he has created a special dressing room - all the praise goes to the manager.

    "I'm so proud to be a part of this football club and to cap it with this is so special to me .

    "I just try to give my best every time I play football and to help my team no matter what. I've had tough times but I've kept going - just as this club has.

    "It's the best moment of my life, this is what I dreamed of since I was a kid.

    "It's not about me, it's not about me being captain or lifting the trophy, it's about this club, these players, this manager. Now we must keep going and kick on."

  14. Post update

    Moussa Sissoko

    Glenn Hoddle is not having this as a penalty. One bit.

  15. Post update

    Jordan Henderson says this is the best moment of his life, apart from having his children.

    He then addresses his daughter Alexa on air, causing about 10 million households to hear: "I'm sorry, I didn't catch that."

  16. Post update

    Jurgen Klopp

    Jurgen Klopp is the first German manager to win a major trophy with an English team.

    Udo Lattek (1982 Cup Winners' Cup with Barcelona) and Jupp Heynckes (1998 Champions League with Real Madrid) are the only two German coaches who have won a European trophy with a non-German team.