The Reds win at Anfield but the title still slips away.
In their final match of an impressive Premier League season Liverpool beat Newcastle United 2-1, but it wasn’t enough to win the title.
The Reds had to win and hope that Manchester City lost to West Ham United – they won 2-0 – to have any chance of being crowned champions.
However, it has still been a great year for the Merseysiders and here is how they rated at Anfield.
22. Simon Mignolet – 6
It’s been an inconsistent first year on Merseyside for the Belgian, but he was largely untested in this game apart from making a sharp stop to deny Yoan Gouffran.
2. Glen Johnson – 5
It’s been a poor weak for Johnson, who was largely at fault for the draw to Crystal Palace, then had a Twitter meltdown and was devoid of confidence in this clash.
38. Jon Flanagan – 5
After a brilliant breakthrough campaign for the youngster, things finally seemed to have taken their toll as Flanagan was a liability and was hauled off at half-time.
37. Martin Skrtel – 4
Despite being the go to centre-back for Brendan Rodgers this was yet another poor game for the Slovakian, who scored another own goal and was second best to Gouffran all game.
5. Daniel Agger – 6
The only decent performer from a shaky bunch at the back and also got his side back in it with a well taken goal from a free-kick.