Jürgen Klopp and Jordan Henderson led Liverpool's players as they paid tribute to the 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster 30 years ago.
Liverpool's first-team squad laid wreaths outside Anfield to mark the 30th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster.
The players – led by Jürgen Klopp and captain Jordan Henderson – were present at the stadium to pay their respects to the 96 people who died as a result of a crush during the FA Cup semi-final between the Reds and Nottingham Forest on April 15, 1989.
Earlier today, the Liverpool first-team, Women's and Academy squads paid their respects to the 96 children, women and men who died at Hillsborough by visiting the memorial at Anfield. pic.twitter.com/RqwWn23AzY— Liverpool FC (@LFC) April 15, 2019
Liverpool's women's and academy teams also visited the memorial on Monday, with all players and staff from the club holding a minute's silence at 15.06 local time – the point at which the match was stopped.
The same mark of respect was observed prior to Liverpool's 2-0 win over Chelsea on Sunday, a result that lifted Klopp's side back to the top of the Premier League.