Jordan Henderson has made Liverpool history by becoming the club’s first captain to win six trophies.
Henderson has had a rollercoaster ride at the club since his arrival in 2011, proving his naysayers wrong at every turn.
Throughout his eleven years at Anfield, the 31-year-old has faced his fair share of adversity, but he is now the face of an era that will go down in history.
After taking up the captain’s armband from Steven Gerrard, Henderson has carved out his own path as the club’s leader, excelling both on and off the field.
And, ten years after his first FA Cup final, which ended in heartbreak, Henderson was on the winning side this time as Liverpool defeated Chelsea in a penalty shootout for the second time.
It’s significant in a lot of ways, but it also means Henderson has become the first Liverpool captain to win six separate trophies.
The Champions League, Super Cup, Club World Cup, Premier League, League Cup, and currently the FA Cup are all competitions that take place in Europe.
Whether it’s at Anfield or Wembley, Madrid or Istanbul, each has received the Henderson shuffle treatment.
It’s a fantastic feat and tribute to Henderson that he has now won everything there is to win with an impressive roster of captains before him.