During lockdown Klopp re-watch Liverpool’s glory at Champion League last season
There are various activities carried out by football players to fill spare time during independent quarantine. Liverpool coach, Jurgen Klopp chose to watch the games that his troops went through when they won the European Champions League last season.
Last season, Liverpool won the European Champions League again since the last in 2005. On the way to the final, the Reds were quite sensational, getting rid of Barcelona classmates through a dramatic comeback at Anfield.
Then in the final round, the Marseyside team defeated another Premier League club, Tottenham Hotspur with a 2-0 lead.
I was so busy, Klopp did not have time to witness the moments of his team’s success in the Champions League last season. The German coach then took advantage of a vacation in the middle of this pandemic to watch these matches.
“I have enough time (during lockdown), so I will be happy to watch all our matches in the Champions League again. It feels good,”
“So far I haven’t watched much of what the players are doing, there are interview sessions, some pleasant situations, what fans are doing. So, I can watch a lot during lockdown. And I did it,” said Jurgen Klopp, through the club’s official website
This season Liverpool looked lethargic in the Champions League, they even failed through the last 16 after losing to Atletico Madrid. Klopp may be disappointed, but his hopes are to repeat success at the next opportunity.
“We will try to do it, because success is so big and massive. Now when talking about that victory, I really feel it. “It’s big, really big, and hopefully we can do it again,” added Jurgen Klopp about his hopes for Liverpool.
After winning the final and lifting the trophy at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, Jurgen Forces Klopp held a championship parade along the streets of Liverpool with supporters.
“What we found out after that was that those moments became the biggest days of our lives. Great experience, and sensational, “added Klopp.
This season, the Reds have a great chance of winning the Premier League for the first time in 30 years. Only two wins to lock the trophy, and the new league will roll again starting June 17, 2020.