Liverpool’s Champions League turned out to be the most memorable moment for Klopp

Jurgen Klopp is still unable to move on from the moment of Liverpool’s success in becoming the European Champions League in the 2018/19 campaign yesterday. According to him, it was an unforgettable moment.

Liverpool won their 6th European Champions League in last season’s campaign after defeating Tottenham Hotspur in the final with a final score of 2-0. Mohamed Salah and Divock Origi each scored one goal against the North London Club.

For Jurgen Klopp it is his first title since being trusted to coach Liverpool in 2015. In addition, Klopp also finally won the first European Champions League title in his career.

The former Borussia Dortmund coach pointed to Divock Origi’s goal as a special moment in the Final, because the goal in the final minutes of the match ensured the victory of the Marseyside Team.

“Divock Origi’s amazing goal,” Klopp said, as reported by the Mirror.

Despite acknowledging that his team’s performance in the match tends to be mediocre, but Klopp still cannot forget the moment where Henderson et al raised the championship trophy.

“It’s not our best game. But, also not the best Tottenham game. When Divock scored, I knew that was enough and we won. That is the biggest memory. The task was completed and I really liked it, “added Jurgen Klopp.

It seems natural that Klopp considers this moment as his best moment. Moreover, before this he had tasted two European Champions League finals, with Dortmund in 2013, and with Liverpool in 2018.

After that memorable match, Liverpool kept going and continued to show their teeth, they won the European Super Cup and Club Club World Cup titles.

While this season, Sadio Mane and his friends performed very strongly in the 2019/20 Premier League. They are 25 points ahead of Manchester City, who are ranked 2nd. They only need two wins to seal the championship trophy.

Unfortunately, 9 matches this season are not yet known when, because the Corona Virus pandemic has not subsided yet. If it is rolled out again, maybe the matches will be held without spectators.

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