Jose Mourinho has paid a special tribute to Juergen Klopp after the Germany manager successfully led Liverpool to complete a stunning comeback against Barcelona. With the final result of the semifinal match, Liverpool secured one ticket to play in the Champions League final as they did last year.
The Red's side were aiming to overturn a 3-0 defeat from the first leg last week. Indeed they have a mountain to climb, but they did it and end the second leg with a 4-0 win.
Juergen Klopp certainly knows the match will be a fierce one as they face one of the best team in the world, but their superb comeback has overturned the result. Liverpool continues to press for a second goal and they were the dominant side at the match.
In the 54 minutes, they doubled the score as Georgio Wijnaldum fired home Trent Alexander Arnold's deflected cross. Not enough, he scores once more two minutes after his first goal. That's really amazing, mainly because he just came off the bench to replaced Andy Robertson at half-time after his clash with Luis Suarez.
With Giorgio Wijnaldum second goal, both teams were tie, but 11 minutes before the match over, Divock Origi scored another goal to Liverpool's side and the game ended 4-0 for Liverpool's win.
Juergen Klopp Heart And Soul Led Liverpool Into A Huge Success
Despite the clash during their rivalry in the Premier League, Jose Mourinho believes Juergen Klopp has been integral to Liverpool's success. The former Manchester United manager said he didn't expect it, but also believe Anfield is one of the places to make the impossible be possible.
Furthermore, the Portugal manager also told Malaysia online casino he thinks Liverpool's success it's not about tactics, it's not about philosophy, but it's about heart and soul, and a fantastic empathy created by Juergen Klopp with his players. Jose Mourinho also said, Liverpool had the risk of finishing a fantastic season without anything to celebrate, but now they are one step from being European champions. In addition to that, the manager that named as The Special One also said that he thinks Juergen Klopp deserves it as the work they did in Liverpool was fantastic.
Juergen Klopp appointed as Liverpool's manager at 2015, following Brendan Rodger's dismissal. Since he led Liverpool to be one of the strongest team both in the domestic and international league.