Jurgen Klopps side were looking to clinch the second trophy of an incredible season on Saturday afternoon and they did just that!
After a goalless 120 minutes, penalties were required to separate Liverpool and Chelsea, with Kostas Tsimikas scoring the winning spot-kick and setting off fresh celebrations.
Here we compare our player ratings with those from the Liverpool Echo, the Evening Standard, WhoScored, FotMob and the TIA readers.
It was Alisson (8.5) who was deemed to be the star man at Wembley, in what has been a sensational season for him.
The Brazilians save to deny Mount in the shootout allowed Tsimikas to stroke home the winning effort, as his vast influence shone through yet again.
TIAs Joanna Durkan handed Alisson a perfect 10 rating, hailing his close-range save and describing him as crucial.
Ian Doyle of the Echo felt it was a superb save to keep out Mount surely there isnt a better goalkeeper in the world at the momemt.
In second place was Diaz (8.2), who was electrifying at times, coming close to scoring on numerous occasions.
The Evening Standards Matt Verri claimed the Colombian caused Trevoh Chalobah huge problems, adding that he was a constant threat throughout.
Meanwhile, Durkan waxed lyrical over Diaz, lauding him as Liverpools biggest threat and concluding that it was a performance that had everything but a goal.
Completing the top three was Trent Alexander-Arnold (8.0), with the right-back enjoying another special day for his boyhood club as he completed the set.
Doyle was impressed with the 23-year-olds drive and distribution, focusing on one superb pass to find the on-rushing Diaz.