Modified 27 Could 2020, 05:56 IST
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson admitted it could be “fairly unusual” to raise the Premier League trophy with out followers in attendance.
Jurgen Klopp’s males are on observe to win a primary league title since 1990, holding a 25-point lead on the prime with the season suspended because of the coronavirus pandemic.
With the Premier League reportedly aiming to restart behind closed doorways as quickly as subsequent month, Henderson could possibly be lifting a trophy with no followers watching on.
The midfielder mentioned it could be uncommon if that was the case, though warned his workforce nonetheless had work to do.
“After all it could really feel completely different as a result of should you win any trophy and obtain it with none followers there, it could be fairly unusual,” Henderson advised BBC Radio 5 Reside.
“It’s nonetheless not over. We nonetheless have work to do and we nonetheless must carry out at a excessive degree proper the best way till the season finishes as a result of we need to end as strongly as we will to ensure it’s a full season.
“After that, whether or not we win it or no matter, then [receiving] the trophy and the followers not being there … you simply need to cope with it when it comes. Hopefully it does occur. We’re nonetheless in an excellent place.
“It’ll imply we’ve got received the Premier League and we’ll all be very blissful however then we will look to the longer term – and each time followers are allowed again into the stadium, I’m certain we can have some kind of celebration collectively.”
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Premier League golf equipment have returned to coaching amid the COVID-19 disaster, which has led to greater than 351,000 deaths worldwide.
Henderson mentioned he had felt protected on his return as he appears forward to a possible restart.
“My opinion is that as quickly as everyone seems to be comfy and as quickly as it’s protected to take action, we’re guided by the specialists and medical doctors on what they deem protected to do,” he mentioned.
“For us at Liverpool, it has been actually good. It has been nice to get again and everybody has felt comfy and protected, in any other case we might not have gone in.
“Hopefully that’s the case all through the Premier League.”