Here are six things that didn't even exist when Liverpool last won the league
Liverpool are top of the Premier League and looking great - but here are six things that didn't even exist last time they won it.
Liverpool are currently top of the Premier League after thrashing Watford 6-1 this weekend. The confidence and attacking style has got fans dreaming of a first League Championship title since 1990.
The biggest club in the 1980s, Liverpool FC became English league champions for the 18th time 26 years ago. Here's what Alan Hansen looked like before those late nights on Match of the Day. Nice 'tash, Rushy! It all feels like a long time ago - and here are six things that have happened since...
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In 1990, Harry Potter only existed in J.K. Rowling's imagination. Rowling first had the idea for Harry Potter in the same year that Liverpool won the league. This was also the same year that Emma Watson (left) was born. The first book wasn't published for another seven years and Emma was 11 years old when the first film was released.
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The International Space Station hadn't even been built. The first piece was launched in 1998, with the first crew arriving two years later, and the final bit being added in 2011. British Astronaut Tim Peake went up there in 2015.
The last time Liverpool won the league, Justin Bieber wasn't even born. Bieber's birthday was four years later in 1994. Here he is performing in 2010 after releasing his debut album My World in 2009. Bieber was first discovered via...
...YouTube. That's right, the popular video-sharing website wasn't around in 1990 either. YouTube was launched in 2005 and bought by Google in 2006, eight years after Google was established in 1998. You can see clips of that 1990 Liverpool side on there though.
And just like googling wasn't possible in 1990, nor was surfing the net on smartphones. The first one, called the Simon Personal Communicator, was created in 1992, although the word 'smartphone' wasn't used until 1995. The first iPhone didn't exist until 2007. Check out the size of an iPhone 4 compared to the 'Simon'!
From one Simon to another. Simon Cowell was around when Liverpool won the league but TV shows like Britain's Got Talent and the X Factor weren't created until a while afterwards. The X Factor, along with Strictly Come Dancing, started in 2004 and BGT began in 2007.