Jurgen Klopp in the eyes of Robert Lewandowski

Bayern Munich’s mainstay striker Robert Lewandowski turns out to have a unique assessment of his former coach at Borussia Dortmund, Jurgen Klopp.

For information, Jurgen Klopp who now handles Liverpool did have time to work with Robert Lewandowski. Precisely, when the two great figures are both defending Borussia Dortmund for approximately four seasons.

During that period, they succeeded in getting Die Borussen to win four titles at once including two German Bundesliga titles.

At that time, Klopp was still considered one of the talented coaches, unlike now where he already holds the title as one of the best coaches. Nothing else because of his achievements led Liverpool won a myriad of championship trophies.

In the last two years, Klopp has successfully contributed four trophies to Liverpool. Two of them are the European Champions League and English Premier League trophies.

While Lewandowski himself separated from Klopp since 2014, at which time the Polish player decided to move to Bayern Munich.

Although in the end no longer working together, but the figure of Jurgen Klopp is still remembered in the memory of a Lewandowski. In fact, according to him, the 53-year-old coach was like a father to him.

“He has two faces. You can see him like a father, but the second part is that he is a coach, a manager. He can tell you everything – and I’m not talking about good things – about things that are rushed,” said Lewandowski.

In addition, according to Lewandowski Jurgen Klopp is also a superior motivator. He knows exactly how to bring out the best potential from his players.

“Also for him is a big motivation. He makes this perfect, because he knows where the line can go further or when to reduce it.”

“His performance as a coach was extraordinary, but not only as a coach but also as a man,” he concluded.

Klopp left Dortmund in the summer of 2015, at the end of the same year, he was appointed to replace Brendan Rodgers in Liverpool’s chair. While Lewandowski is still a mainstay of Bayern today.

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