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Klopp in tears after the win

Klopp in tears after the win
skysports.com

Liverpool are England’s champions!

Chelsea, who beat Manchester City 2: 1 in the 31st round of the Premiership derby, made sure about the title. Seven rounds before Liverpool end have an unattainable advantage of 23 points.

The Liverpool players watched Stamford Bridge’s broadcast of the match together and celebrated together as did the fans who invited the finish of the game in the city around Anfield.

After the game, emotional Jürgen Klopp, very nearly tears, appeared in the English Sky Sports program, and club legend Kenny Dalglish was in the videoconference.

“I don’t have any words, it’s inconceivable and more than anything I’ve at any point dreamed of. It’s fantastic to be a champion of this club. Kenny, that’s for you too. I realize to what extent you’ve had to wait. It’s also for Stevie [Gerrard], it’s for both of you. Kenny, the folks love you and Stevie and it’s never been hard to move them because this club has such a great history. I would not like to watch the game of Chelsea and City, yet I was unable to bear it and watched it. It was tense. Inconceivably, my players have done in the last two years and it’s ideal to be their coach,” Klopp said.

Klopp said, adding: “This is a great alleviation. Maybe not to me because I haven’t been waiting for 30 years yet only four and a half. It’s also an alleviation because we didn’t have the foggiest idea what will happen to the season so I’m excited it’s finished. Individuals, cheer, it’s for all of you. Simply stay home and appreciate,” the Liverpool coach finished up.”

Klopp arrived in Anfield in 2015 and said that in the following four years he anticipates that the team should succeed at least one major trophy. He lost the Champions League final to Real two years ago yet won last season’s European title. He scored as many as 97 points last season in the Premiership yet missed one point in the championship.