Liverpool's ninth appearance in the European Cup final yielded a sixth trophy for the Reds in Madrid on Saturday - and here are 10 interesting statistics from the 2-0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur.

Liverpool are now outright third on the list of European Cup winners with six triumphs – only AC Milan (seven) and Real Madrid (13) have more.

Mohamed Salah’s penalty was the second-fastest goal in a Champions League final, only behind Paolo Maldini’s effort against the Reds after 50 seconds in 2005.

Divock Origi scored with all three of his shots on goal in the competition this season.

Origi’s 87th-minute strike was the team’s 32nd goal in the last 15 minutes of matches in 2018-19 and the seventh in the Champions League.

Alisson Becker was the only Reds player to feature for every minute of the Champions League campaign this season.

Trent Alexander-Arnold (20 years and 237 days) became the youngest player ever to start in successive Champions League finals.

The No.66 is also the youngest man to play in a European Cup final victory for Liverpool.

The Reds won the European Cup final by more than one goal for the first time since 1977, when they beat Borussia Monchengladbach 3-1.

This was the first competitive match Liverpool have ever played in the month of June.

Jürgen Klopp’s side conceded 38 goals in 53 fixtures in all competitions this season, their lowest since 1999-2000.