Premier League: Nobody stops Klopp

Jürgen Klopp is unstoppable with Liverpool in the English Premier League. The first championship title since 1990 is approaching. Jürgen Klopp blustered his gray beard full of bliss. "Yes, that was perfect, 100 percent perfect," the Liverpool team manager whispered contentedly into the microphone after the Reds also shaved AFC Bournemouth. Due to the 3: 0 (2: 0) at the "Cherries" on the English south coast, the former record champion of the first championship since 1990 has again come a great deal closer.

However, that was not only because Liverpool celebrated their 15th win on Matchday 16 of the Premier League and continued to be without defeat. Defending champion Manchester City also made his "contribution". In the derby against local rivals United, coach Pep Guardiola's side lost 2-0 (0-2) – 14 points behind the Champions League winner. Bournemouth's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (35), Ex-Leipziger Naby Keita (44.) and Topstar Mo Salah (54.) for the guests from the Merseyside, which are unbeaten since 33 league games. Hardly anyone still believes that the Reds will lose the title as in the preseason. The 19th championship would also bring the record back within reach – United is ranked with 20 titles eins.Klopp relieved over to Zero victoryDo not want to think of Klopp yet. Finally, for his team, which had been without a clean sheet for the first time since September, already on Tuesday, an early "final" at RB Salzburg on the program. The defending champion needs one point (or one-goal difference in at least four goals) on the last group match day of the Austrian champions to move into the round of 16. "I had already forgotten what a success without conceding felt like In the cabin, everyone has spoken only of the 'white vest', "said Klopp:" We should now succeed more often again, because it feels good, the next game in which a white vest would be useful, is already in front of the door – on Tuesday in Salzburg. "At City, however, the people in charge have very different worries. It's not just about the paintwork at Guardiola appearing to be in the fourth year of his tenure. Most recently, the club has to deal with a racism incident during the derby. United's Brazilian Fred was vilified by a city fan with monkey louts. >> Read more: ManCity threatens its own fans after racism incident

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