Liverpool won their first top-flight title in 30 years on Thursday to extend their lead as England's most trophy-laden team.
The Merseysiders have now claimed 48 major honours since the Football League was founded back in 1888, three ahead of Manchester United.
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Liverpool now have 19 league titles and 15 domestic cups, trailing United's record-breaking tally of 20 and 17, respectively. But the champions edge success on the European and world stage with 14 trophies, compared with United's eight.
A 15-trophy gulf divides United and third-placed Arsenal, with the Gunners collecting 30 major honours over the past 131 years, followed by Chelsea (25), Aston Villa (21), Manchester City (20), Everton (15) and Newcastle (11).
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