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Thanks to Klopp, Liverpool will have this advantage in the final

Jürgen Klopp keeps his team with their feet firmly on the ground

By Charles Cornwall

Klopp's infallible strategy
Klopp's infallible strategy
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One of Liverpool's main strengths during the Jürgen Klopp era at the helm of the Reds has been their great ability to maintain a calm mentality in their players, who are difficult to see go out onto the field of play with overconfidence or bad mood. mood, which keeps the Reds as a team with a very strong mentality and great resilience.

So this has led them to be one of the best teams in the world, and despite not having a great team, Klopp always knows how to get the best out of each of his players. That is why before the final next Sunday, February 25, where the Reds will have a very difficult test, Klopp has already begun to make some mistakes to keep his team well focused on the final.

On Thursday the German coach said this about the Carabao Cup final: "Will we be big favorites? Definitely not." "Since we played against Chelsea they have improved a lot and it will be difficult, I'm sure." With this the German coach knows that it will still be a complex match, however this could also be a kind of mental game, where Chelsea could fall into excessive confidence.

The match will undoubtedly be full of great actions for much of the match, in what will be a good spectacle. So any mistake will be fatal for the team that makes it first, as they must maintain a great rhythm throughout the game. Furthermore, Jürgen Klopp rested several of his players against Luton Town, so that they could be ready for this final.

Jürgen Klopp's words what he really meant

Although Klopp's words do not have any lies behind them, since Chelsea has improved a lot since the last time the Reds and Blues faced each other, Klopp tries to play mind games against his rivals before the final to take advantage as much as possible, since given Chelsea's improvement this could lead to excessive confidence in the players led by Mauricio Pochettino.

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