Liverpool's victory over Chelsea in the UEFA Super Cup on Wednesday, means they have now won more major honours than their North West rivals, Manchester United.
Jurgen Klopp's men won 5-4 on penalties in Istanbul, Turkey, after the match ended 2-2 after 120 minutes.
Olivier Giroud put the Blues in front, before Sadio Mane's brace turned the game in Liverpool's favour.
However, Jorginho forced the game to go into spot kicks, when he levelled from 12 yards.
Tammy Abraham then missed the final kick, as the Reds won.
Liverpool have now won 43 major honours, while United have a tally of 42.
Klopp's team equalled the Red Devils, when they claimed their sixth Champions League title in May.