Liverpool came from behind to overcome Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-1 on Sunday, but they finished second to Manchester City, who overcame Aston Villa 3-2.

Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah, and Andy Robertson scored late to give the home fans some hope after Pedro Neto's early tap-in.

They finish with 92 points, one behind City for the second time in three years, but with League Cup and FA Cup titles.

Liverpool faces Real Madrid in the Champions League final next weekend.

"The guys gave everything. We've given our best all season and would have bitten your hand off in January." Liverpool's 2020 captain is Sky Sports' Jordan Henderson.

"Today's a bummer. Congratulations to City, then on to next week's match."

Ibrahima Konate's bouncing goal kick allowed Raul Jimenez to find Neto for Wolves' first goal of the season.

Liverpool equalised in the 24th minute when Thiago Alcantara's backheel set up Mane for a powerful shot that goalkeeper Jose Sa could only parry.

Sa was replaced by John Ruddy at halftime, and Liverpool brought on Salah, who had been rested. Salah's shots were blocked by Wolves.

As news from the stands spread that City was losing 2-0 to Villa, the mood at Anfield got wild.

Salah scored in the final minute on a loose ball. He tied Tottenham's Son Heung-min with 23 goals this season.

Full-back Andy Robertson finished off Roberto Firmino's cutback late.

City had already won 3-2 over Villa, retaining the title, and Liverpool finished second. 10th-place Wolves had 51 points.

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