“Love pretty much everything”: Klopp’s farewell tour of the league gets off to an exciting start

“Love pretty much everything”
Klopp’s farewell tour of the league gets off to an exciting start

Jürgen Klopp will coach Liverpool FC in the Premier League until mid-May, then the German will say goodbye to Anfield. As Klopp begins his farewell tour of the league, which is set to end with the title, he praises his team.

After the 200th Premier League win of his career, coach Jürgen Klopp praised the approach of Liverpool FC’s professionals. “Attitude is not our problem, it’s something we can expect. Attitude comes from the culture, attitude is created by the audience and pretty much everyone around this team,” said Klopp after the 4-1 win against FC Chelsea. “Attitude will never be a problem for this team. The team is full of joy, full of fun and stuff and that’s really cool. I’ve said it before, I love pretty much everything about the team. There’s a lot of potential, and we mix it with the attitude, and that’s what makes the quality.”

The Reds consolidated their lead in the table with the win. Three days after reaching the FA Cup round of 16, the team won at Anfield thanks to goals from Diogo Jota (23rd minute), Conor Bradley (39th), Dominik Szoboszlai (65th) and Luis Diaz (79th). Liverpool’s Darwin Núñez hit the aluminum four times and missed a penalty. “Incredible first half, I would say it’s indefensible,” Klopp praised the striker from Uruguay. “Exceptionally, really good.”

The somewhat lucky goal for the overwhelmed guests was scored by former Leipzig player Christopher Nkunku (71st). “It’s not about getting through everything super convincingly and without problems, the opponents are too good for that. That’s why I’m super happy with the performance, especially because we had problems that we overcame and had a lot of good moments.”

Klopp surprisingly announced on Friday that he wanted to leave Liverpool FC after the current season despite a contract that runs until 2026. The 56-year-old justified the decision by saying he was running out of energy. After 22 Premier League games, Liverpool is five points ahead of the new second-placed Manchester City, who have played one game less, and third-place Arsenal, with the same points.

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