Reigning European champions Liverpool have overtaken Manchester United as the English team with the most trophies after the UEFA Super Cup win over rivals Chelsea.
Liverpool beat Chelsea on penalties to win the 43rd trophy in the history of the club ahead of Premier League rivals Manchester United who have won 42 trophies.
The Reds have won six Champions League titles and 18 league titles as part of the trophy haul of 43, while Manchester United have won three Champions League titles and 20 league titles as part of the trophy haul of 42.
Liverpool sealed the UEFA Super Cup title in addition to the Champions League title won in June.
The Reds sealed the UEFA Super Cup title by beating Chelsea on penalties after the two teams had played out a 2-2 draw at the end of 120 minutes.
They played out a 1-1 draw at the end of 90 minutes.
Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud scored the game’s opening goal in the first half off an assist from new boy Christian Pulisic before Sadio Mane equalized in the second half and also took the game into extra time.
Mane scored again in extra time to edge Liverpool ahead before Jorginho scored from the spot to take the game into penalties which was won 5-4 by the Reds.