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Premier League “News” “Kloppo can already be on holiday”: Liverpool on record hunt – TOP STORIES

by: Adam Smith

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Jurgen Klopp is in the Premier League with Liverpool. Despite a huge lead, however, the coach continues to slow down the euphoria.

The lead is gigantic, the championship title is only a matter of time – and if it goes to Junrgen Klinsmann, Junrgen Klopp can already relax a well-deserved break on the beach at the g’.

“Liverpool are insoluble, usually klopp can go on holiday and only have to play a bit of Champions League,” Bild quoted the coach of Hertha BSC as saying.

After liverpool’s 4-0 win over Southampton, many in the Premier League were in the Premier League.

Klopp is stending with the Reds for their first league title in 30 years with huge ones, he seems to have been out for a long time – even if the team manager stepped on the euphoria brake.

“It’s not like I think we’re not interested in anything special,” the 52-year-old warned: “We’re not perfect, we’re not even perfect, but we don’t care if we’re perfect.”

Pure dominance: Klopp’s Reds on record chase!

But the figures speak a very different language. A proud 22 points from chasing Manchester City ahead of Sunday’s game at Tottenham Hotspur.

The question is no longer whether Liverpool will win the title – it’s just a matter of when that happens and the record Klopp’s team are still breaking along the way.

For example, the league record of the citizens (100 Zhler) from the season 2017/18, or the 49 point games without defeat in succession of arsenal from 2003 and 2004.

Liverpool are well on their way to history. Klopp and his players have not been beaten in 42 league games, with the Reds scoring 73 of 75 points this season.

Season-long, they have won 100 of the awarded 102 points in the past 34 point games. These numbers only add one thing: pure dominance!

“I’m a very human being, but not before a football game”

In the shadow of the Freheren Dortmund champions, the Germans remain only supporting roles in the Premier League – even if Antonio Radiger of Chelsea’s 2-2 (0-0) at Leicester City with the first career double-pack (46th/71st) glounceed. Team manager Frank Lampard said he was “delighted.”

The Reds struggled in the win over Southampton just before the break, with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (47th), Jordan Henderson (60th) and Egyptian star-rmer Mohamed Salah scoring a double-pack (72nd/90th).

Klopp has “never seen” a winning streak like that of the Champions League winner, but a sense of invincibility is far from developing.

“It’s not like that,” Klopp said, “that after every win I’m always missing more and more” – in the optimistic person, but not before a football game. My main pre-match battle.”

It is not to be expected that Mr Klopp will be the next 13 games after the two-year winter break.