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Klopp and Virgil Van Dijk celebrate, as do Paisley and Souness

A fact that will go down in history and will be recorded

By Charles Cornwall

 Carabao Cup title celebrations
Carabao Cup title celebrations
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Liverpool can enjoy having won a title, which represents a recognition of the great work done so far by Jurgen Klopp during his time at Anfield. For he has become one of the best managers in Reds history, returning Liverpool to the top of world football in a big way, with great recognition for the high standard the team has maintained during Klopp's tenure.

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For the Carabao Cup final, Liverpool arrived with too many problems, missing 11 players through injury, so this was already a serious problem that would make all the difference. Although this season Liverpool had the advantage in the two previous matches with 1 draw and 1 win in favour of the Reds, however the last team that beat Chelsea 4-1 had 6 players who were absent on Sunday.

This win was unbelievable, as in addition, during the 28th minute of the first half and after a fatal tackle by Moises Caicedo on Dutchman Ryan Gravenberch who went off injured, further complicating matters. However, the changes made by Jürgen Klopp and the great courage shown by the youngsters gave Liverpool a historic title.

So this victory will go down as one of the best in Liverpool's history and one of the most memorable in a long time by the fans, who helped the team through the most difficult moments of the match with chants that flooded the Wembley Stadium, which was involved in an event that will go down in history.

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After Liverpool won an almost impossible game, the Reds were crowned champions once again under Jürgen Klopp's stewardship and this will go down as one of the most memorable in history, not least because of the great victory in lifting the title, Captain Virgil Van Dijk invited Jürgen Klopp to lift the title together, reminiscent of the 1983 Milk Cup final when Graeme Souness invited the rather reluctant Bob Paisley to collect the Cup after he had also announced his intention to leave at the end of the season. So this will be well remembered when Klopp has left Anfield.

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