- Jurgen Klopp has guided Liverpool to an unprecedented Premier League triumph
- The German tactician helped the Reds to win the coveted title after 30 years
- Footage of the manager dancing and partying has surfaced online
The German tactician was seen in a footage dancing himself away as his side are confirmed champions of the 2019/2020 English Premier League season with seven games left to play.
Manchester City’s loss to Chelsea now see the Reds have an unassailable 23 point lead as the Citizens or any other team can no longer catch up with them.
Delighted Klopp joined the players and other backroom staff in a lounge partying all night with the manager dancing himself out.
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The Reds have won the Premier League for the first time in their history after Chelsea's victory against Manchester City confirmed their first place position this season.
Klopp gave an emotional interview to Sky Sports following the game in which he said: "It is a huge moment. I am completely overwhelmed. I had no idea it would feel like this…talking through the tears!”
The boys admire you all and it's easy to motivate the team because of our great history.
Also, Steven Gerrard wants the party to begin as he celebrates former club Liverpool for their incredible glory after winning the English Premier League which had been out of their reach for 30 years. "Let the party begin," the former club captain Gerrard wrote on Instagram.
Another video clip showed the likes of Adam Lallana, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino counting down to the final whistle at Stamford Bridge.
This was after referee Stuart Attwell blew the whistle as the trio erupted into cheers chanting: "Campiones! Campiones! Ole, Ole Ole!"
Legit.ng earlier reported that Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is certainly an extraordinary man in more ways than one.
An ardent fan of the Merseyside Reds might have noticed that the Premier League title heading to Anfield was not luck as Klopp’s men have been on a steady incline since he took charge in 2015.
The club was still struggling to find an identity and were suffering from the heartbreaking moment of nearly winning the Premier League the previous season under Brendan Rodgers.
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