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Despite winning the EFL Cup, Klopp leaves dissatisfied with his performance

The German coach has made history with this team

By Charles Cornwall

 Klopp a little serious
Klopp a little serious
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After Liverpool won their tenth Carabao Cup title after a dramatic victory over Chelsea with Virgil van Dijk's solitary goal almost at the end of extra time, this team still led by Jürgen Klopp should feel privileged to continue achieving goals that immortalize their coach as the best of all time, although unfortunately for the German tactician, his management had small flaws that do not make him the most effective at least in the EFL Cup.

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The trophy they won against Chelsea serves to further distance the Reds from their closest pursuers in this competition, with Klopp proud and happy with what his boys achieved this Sunday at Wembley, helping his name to be put on the club as the second most winning manager in the EFL Cup, the German with his two trophies being only behind Bob Paisley who won three titles at the time.

It is true that this coach, like all those who have passed through the institution, cannot be the top leaders in all aspects available, failing Klopp himself in this cup where his status will remain as the second most winning coach and not the first, but even so, the institution and the players will be eternally grateful for the achievements he has been able to share during this stage of many years together.

Even though Klopp is not the Reds' coach who has won this trophy the most times, his great effort to make the trophy cabinet grow has not been in vain, leading this institution to be the first to have a dozen Caraba Cup titles in its history, confirming Jürgen and his people that Liverpool is the team that will become the new great protagonist of England.

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After winning the Carabao Cup trophy against Chelsea, Klopp and his people have shifted their focus to try to do their best in the Premier League, Europa League and FA Cup, with the Merseyside side aiming for at least a couple more trophies, each one being special in its own way, although the domestic and international tournaments are the priority at the moment.

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