The emotion at the end is understandable, there are many at Anfield who know how much a Premier League title is wanted.
And in this, the 25th anniversary of the Hillsborough tragedy, a Liverpool title win would be especially poignant.
However you view it, and I have no interest in debating it, 96 football fans went to a football match and never came home. That is not a fate which should befall anyone.
At times yesterday it felt like Liverpool were accompanied by some higher power in their quest for victory.
But to simply suggest fate is on their side does Liverpool, the players and an exceptionally talented manager in Brendan Rodgers an injustice.
The team have come from nowhere to be one of, if not the favourites, for the title. If you had suggested that in August you could have been carted off to the nearest dark room!
Would they be worthy champions? Oh yes and I say that as an Arsenal fan!
Have they spent ridiculous amounts of cash to get where they are? No not in comparison to Man City and Chelsea
You barely see Rodgers annoy the FA or another manager like Mourinho is capable of or blame referee's like Pellegrini sometimes does.
Yes he slandered Lee Mason for his 'bias' but was soon more than repentant for what was a stupid comment.
Do they play nice football? Oh hell yes, the destruction metered out to the likes of Arsenal, Everton and Cardiff this year proves that.
Rodgers and his loyal on-field generals in Gerrard, Suarez and Sturridge are on the cusp of something very special.
I for one will be cheering them on to the title.