Liverpool owner John Henry is celebrated his 71st birthday this weekend with a specially themed cake.
Henry, who took charge of Anfield 10 years ago, had an unforgettable birthday after seeing the reignin champions clinch a 4-3 win in an exciting opener against Leeds.
And the 71-year-old American was treated to a special birthday cake over the weekend, decorated with all the trophies Liverpool have won over the past year and a half.
On topa of the cake, was mounted the Champions League, Premier League, FIFA Club World Cup and the UEFA Super Cup representing the clubs trophies won recently.
Henry, who recently showed his pride after Liverpool won their first Premier League title, saw Liverpool emerge victorious over newly promoted Leeds United at Anfield on Saturday.
Jürgen Klopp’s team was pinned by Marcelo Bielsa’s outfit three times, but the master again found a way to win.
Mohamed Salah scored the winner in the 88th minute from a penalty to seal his hat-trick after Virgil van Dijk also scored for the Reds.
Klopp will demand more from his side in their next Premier League game when they take on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
The Blues have threatened to pursue their own title after lavish spending in the summer transfer window. They spent 230 million pounds on Kai Haverz, Timo Werner, Ben Chillwell and Hakim Ziyech and got Thiago Silva and Malang Sar for free.