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It's crazy how much love only Liverpool can generate in England

Liverpool is one of the most popular teams in the world

By Charles Cornwall

 Happy Klopp and Salah kissing the club's shield
Happy Klopp and Salah kissing the club's shield
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The Reds won their match against Brentford, maintaining their lead in the Premier League, after an excellent game from players such as Darwin Nunez, Mohamed Salah, Cody Gakpo and Luis Diaz. However, the match witnessed one of the most emblematic acts of respect from a player towards a team he has a special affection for.

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At the end of the match and after Jürgen Klopp had finished celebrating with his typical arm waving three times in front of him, after which the German coach was searched by one of the Brentford players, who did something that nobody expected, and that is that Brentford striker Ivan Toney, approached Klopp and hugged him with great affection.

This is a clear example of what Liverpool generates in the world, as being the most popular team in England, it has fans among the same players of rival teams, since after the iconic hug between the German coach and the English striker it is clear that Toney is a loyal fan of the Reds, and still is.

This also makes it clear what Jürgen Klopp represents in the world, as he is a coach who commands a lot of respect and Toney didn't hesitate to get up close and personal with one of the world's greatest coaches. This undoubtedly marked the match after it ended, as the rivalry stays in the game and the admiration outweighs any rivalry.

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After the iconic embrace, Klopp said: "He's a Liverpool fan, isn't he? He has no qualms about saying that in public, so we talked a bit about it and he wished me good luck in my time after all this." So no one wants to miss out on the final game where they could be pitted against Jürgen Klopp. And while Toney has not been able to play for Liverpool as an amateur, playing at Anfield and against one of the greatest managers in the club's history is the closest he has come to playing for the Reds.

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