Look, there's still a possibility their first league title in 30 years will be taken away from them, so maybe the rest of us can give Liverpool fans this one.
BT Sport have an incredible lineup on classic European games featuring the Merseyside giants tonight and the marathon kicks off at 6PM.
🔴 Liverpool x European Nights 🔴
We've got your Sunday sorted 👊
🕕 6pm: Liverpool v Dortmund
🕖 7pm: Liverpool v Barcelona
🕗 8pm: Milan v Liverpool
🕣 8.30pm: Spurs v Liverpool
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The action on BT Sport 1 kicks off with the quarter final of the 2016 Europa League, and Jurgen Klopp's first massive European night at Anfield. Against his old club, having drawn 1-1 in Germany, Dortmund dominated for the first 20 minutes, going 2-0 up and it should have been a whole lot more. When Marco Reus made it 3-1 half way through the second half, it looked up. But then magic started to happen. Coutinho and Divock Origi were the catalysts of the comeback. An injury time Dejan Lovren winner was probably still his greatest moment in the red jersey.
An hour later, it's probably the greatest European night of them all. A 4-0 miracle against Barcelona in last year's Champions League final is something none of us will ever forget. But it will certainly be nice to relive it. And once again, Origi was the man.
At 8pm, Liverpool fans will go back in time to the 2005 Champions League final and the miracle of Istanbul, before a trip to Madrid to see Liverpool being crowned European champions just 11 months ago. Who scored the second goal that night actually?
The biggest takeaway from a night of Liverpool European gluttony will more than likely be that Divock Origi is an Anfield legend.
We don't know what the future holds for football or for the world, but tonight, Liverpool fans can enjoy the past at least.