Jürgen Klopp storms towards the championship title in the Premier League with Liverpool. Despite the huge lead, the coach continues to slow the euphoria: the lead is gigantic, the championship title is only a matter of time – and if Jürgen Klinsmann has his way, Jürgen Klopp could relax and enjoy a well-deserved break on the beach.
"Liverpool is out of reach, normally the Kloppo can already go on vacation and only has to play a little bit of the Champions League," said "Bild" the coach of Hertha BSC. After Liverpool's 4-0 (0-0) against FC Southampton are likely to be in many of the Premier League Klinsmanns view. Klopp is storming towards the first championship title in 30 years with the Reds with giant steps, he seems to have been holding up for a long time – even if the team manager resolutely applied the brake on euphoria as usual. "It is not that I think we are close to something special, "warned the 52-year-old:" We are not perfect, not even nearly perfect, but we do not care whether we are perfect. "Pure dominance: Klopps Reds chasing records, but the numbers speak a completely different language. Prosecutor Manchester City were 22 points behind before the away game at Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday, so the question is no longer whether Liverpool will win the title – it's all about when this happens and which records Klopp's team is up for The way there still breaks, for example the league record of the Citizens (100 points) from the 2017/18 season, or the 49 point games without defeat as a result of FC Arsenal from 2003 and 2004.Liverpool is in any case well on the way the history books. Klopp and his players have not been defeated in 42 league games, the Reds scored 73 out of a possible 75 points this season, and across the season they have won 100 of the 102 points to be awarded in the past 34 point games. These numbers express only one thing: pure dominance! In the shadow of the former Dortmund master coach, only minor roles remain for the other Germans in the Premier League – even if Antonio Rüdiger of Chelsea at 2-2 (0-0) at Leicester City with the first career double pack (46./71.) shone. Team manager Frank Lampard was "delighted". The Reds struggled to beat Southampton only before the break, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (47.), Jordan Henderson (60.) and Egyptian striker Mohamed Salah in a double pack (72./ 90.) were then successful. Klopp had "never seen a winning streak like that of the Champions League winner", but a feeling of invincibility does not develop for a long time. "It is not so," said Klopp, "that I feel stronger and stronger after every win "- on the contrary:" I am a very optimistic person, but not before a football game. My main feeling before the game was concern. "It cannot be assumed that Mahner Klopp will play the remaining 13 games will take a different approach after the two-week winter break.