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Liverpool climb UEFA coefficient rankings but remain behind Man City despite Champions League victory

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Liverpool have moved up in UEFA's coefficient rankings after winning their sixth Champions League title last season.

The Reds defeated Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 in Madrid with goals from Mohamed Salah and Divock Origi on a memorable June day.

The European champions have now been ranked as eighth in the latest UEFA coefficient rankings, an increase on their 11th place last season.

These rankings determine a club's seeding in draw and the revenue distribution based on results in the Champions League.

They are formed of match points and bonus points collected by clubs during European competitions over the past five years.

That sees Real Madrid top of the rankings with Atletico Madrid and Barcelona behind them.

Man City are in sixth place after recent performances in Europe with Liverpool ranked just ahead of Arsenal and Man United despite their latest success.
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