- UEFA mistakenly names Liverpool champions of Europe on their website
- The Reds will play Real Madrid in the Champions League final in Kiev
- Liverpool last won the Europe elite competition in the 2004/05 season
European football's governing body UEFA made a huge blunder on their website as they named Liverpool champions of Europe.
A banner at the top of the history section of their site clearly stated "Season 2017/18 Winner Liverpool."
The Reds will face defending champions Real Madrid on May, 26, in Kiev gunning for their sixth European crown.
It is not the first time Jurgen Klopp's side have been involved in a Champions League scandal.
Before the semi final draws, Roma advertised tickets to take on Liverpool as suspicious fans raised eyebrows.
Liverpool fans will be hoping the latest gaffe is another sign of things to come when they play the final against Real in Kiev.
The Anfield giants successful run from the group stages to the Champions League final will mean they bank nearly £70m.
The Reds performances in the group stage, where each win or draw earns more money, and reaching the final have earned the Anfield outfit £44.8m.
Mohammed Salah has contributed immensely to the club's impressive display this season scoring 43 goals in 49 games in all competitions.
Salah will be looking are to increase his goal tally at the weekend when Liverpool travel to London to play Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
The Reds are just a point above Tottenham in third place and a win against the Blues will keep them in contention to finish in Premier League's top four.
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