#YNWA: Watch Hundreds Of Malaysian Fans Belting Out You'll Never Walk Alone
After having an exceptional season, which almost got cancelled due to the pandemic, Liverpool FC has finally been crowned the official champions of the 2019-20 Premier League
If you're a Liverpool FC supporter, you must have been sooo disappointed when the season got suspended back in March, when the Reds were just six points shy from their first league title in 30 years.
Before the season suspension, Liverpool held on to a record 25-point lead on the top of the table along with an impressive 22 consecutive home wins.
Nevertheless, the season managed to resume in June and Liverpool has rightfully been crowned the Premier League champions for the first time since the league's inception in 1992.
However, unlike previous years, the celebrations and trophy presentation were done behind closed doors in an almost-empty stadium
Last year, almost 750,000 Liverpool fans turned up to celebrate their Champions League title. This year, there may not even be a trophy parade because of ongoing health concerns with COVID-19.
Although this may not have been how fans envisioned their first Premier League title after a 30-year wait, they got to see the trophy presentation streamed online and even got exclusive access to the dressing room.
While fans were not able to celebrate in person together with their team, back in Malaysia, hundreds of Liverpool FC fans came together to belt out the club's anthem, reminding each other that You'll Never Sing Alone. Check out the video below:
The You'll Never Sing Alone video is a brainchild of Liverpool FC fans in Malaysia. Plus, it was made even more memorable as hundreds of fans recorded themselves belting out the Liverpool anthem and submitted the videos to Carlsberg, who made the virtual celebration possible.
For Liverpool fans in Malaysia, this was their way of congratulating the club for their iconic victory and saying that "You'll Never Walk Alone" even though they were apart - not physically present at the stadium or out with friends celebrating due to social distancing.
To keep the celebrations going, Carlsberg has also launched limited edition 'Champions' Cans and Bottles for their Carlsberg Danish Pilsner and Carlsberg Smooth Draught
You could also stand the chance to win an official Liverpool FC jersey, personally signed by members of the Premier League Champions team when you spend RM30 and above on Carlsberg Danish Pilsner or Carlsberg Smooth Draught. All you have to do is submit your proof of purchase through a scanned QR code to be eligible for prizes.
As a reminder, the legal drinking age in Malaysia is 21 years old. That means you need to be 21 in order to buy and consume alcohol. Remember to always drink responsibly and in moderation. If you plan to drink, try carpooling with a friend who isn't drinking or catch a cab instead of driving.