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The indelible mark Jürgen Klopp left at Anfield and it's titles

By Charles Cornwall

 Klopp very euphoric
Klopp very euphoric
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After Jürgen Klopp Anfield will never be the same again, and although a coach may come along who can keep the team on the same path of success, Klopp's imprint will transcend as he undoubtedly revolutionised Liverpool football from its foundations, as the team's style of play today is entirely thanks to Klopp's strategy.

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This will undoubtedly transcend, as this style of play will long be what defines the Reds, a dynamic style of play, with an excellent treatment of the ball, with accurate short and long passes in changes of play or crosses into the opponent's box. They are a team that takes care of possession by moving the ball all over the pitch.

This became more than clear after the last goal against Chelsea, where the game was already more than decided in favour of the Reds who won by 3-1, in a series of consecutive passes that Liverpool achieved starting with Trent Alexander-Arnold giving a pass to Andy Robertson and culminating the play in a pass from Darwin Nunez to Luis Diaz, who would score the fourth goal for the Reds. He would score the Reds' fourth goal and seal the win.

This was a total of 16 consecutive passes where every Reds player on the pitch touched the ball on at least one occasion. It was an incredible demonstration of what Jürgen Klopp has imbued in the essence of the Reds' game. It marked a great era on Merseyside, as this goal was not the only one of its kind, there having been some excellent goals during Klopp's time in charge of the Reds with great treatment of the ball.

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