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“Because I’m an idiot” – This was Klopp’s epic response to an interviewer question



Thursday night witnessed Mohamed Salah etch his name into Liverpool’s illustrious history books as the Reds unleashed a devastating offensive onslaught against Sparta Prague, notching four goals in the opening 13 minutes of the match. Despite comfortably securing a 5-1 victory in the first leg of the Europa League Last-16 tie in Czechia, Jurgen Klopp opted for a formidable starting lineup at Anfield, aiming to maintain the team’s momentum as they embarked on a crucial stretch of domestic fixtures.

The floodgates opened early for Liverpool, with Darwin Nunez, Bobby Clark, Salah, and Cody Gakpo finding the back of the net in quick succession, propelling the Reds to a commanding 4-0 lead on the night and a staggering 9-1 aggregate advantage. Salah’s return to the starting lineup after recovering from an injury sustained while on international duty with Egypt at the African Cup of Nations was met with great anticipation, and his goal carried added significance as it solidified his place in Liverpool folklore.

Salah’s strike not only bolstered Liverpool’s lead but also marked a historic milestone in his tenure at Anfield, as he became the first player in the club’s storied history to tally 20 or more goals in all competitions for seven consecutive seasons. His remarkable feat underscores his enduring impact and prolific goal-scoring prowess, further cementing his status as one of Liverpool’s most revered and iconic figures.

After the match Jurgen Klopp had an epic answer to the interviewer when asked why he got angry on the referee booking him with a yellow card during the game:


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