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With the Carabao Cup title, Klopp demolishes Mauricio Pochettino lie

One of the worst managers has been exposed after being beaten by Klopp

By Charles Cornwall

One of the worst managers has been exposed after being beaten by Klopp
One of the worst managers has been exposed after being beaten by Klopp
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The final of the Carabao Cup was a great match that was lived with a lot of emotion, and the two teams came out to give their all, giving a great show that, despite the lack of goals, there was no lack of great emotions in each area, being a very disputed match and a great physical war. However, and under the circumstances in which Liverpool arrived due to injuries, the disadvantage was evident, which Mauricio Pochettino was unable to take advantage of.

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The match was lit up with Pochettino's pre-match comments as the Argentine manager said: "When we played at Anfield I think... no key decision was for us. Two penalties were not imposed. Duels, 50-50, always for another colour. Always red. I want to be treated fairly. However, the Argentine manager seems to have forgotten that in the first game of this season at Stamford Bridge, a penalty was not awarded in Liverpool's favour for a handball inside the Chelsea box.

In addition, before you are railing against the refereeing and its alleged favouritism over the Reds, the Argentine manager dared to criticise Jürgen Klopp after he declared that he would leave Liverpool at the end of the season because he had had enough. To which Pochettino said that you don't get tired of football. However, the game against Chelsea made it clear how much wear and tear the midfielder has had with refereeing.

Mauricio Pochettino is not a bad manager, but neither is he an out-and-out coach like Klopp is. So Pochettino should not have criticised the decision of a job that has produced better results, and with more limited teams, than what the Argentine has done so far. He was taught a big lesson in this Carabao Cup final.

Jürgen Klopp continues to prove his superiority

Despite everything that happened in the match, with Gravenberch's injury, the physical exhaustion of Luis Diaz, who at the end of the match could not take it any more. Jürgen Klopp proved to be the best coach in the world by making the necessary changes on time, as the youth players who came on as substitutes, managed to play a good game, and helped to maintain the tie until the moment before captain Virgil Van Dijk's goal. Thus demonstrating Klopp's masterclass.

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