“It’s about us continuing”: Liverpool wants to make up for the missed league title in the Champions League

After just missing out on the championship title with Liverpool, Jürgen Klopp is optimistic about the future and wants to continue chasing trophies with the Reds. “What I’ve learned in life: if you keep at it, if you keep going, you’ll be rewarded,” said the Liverpool coach on Sunday. “No maximum reward today. But we will get her. It’s about moving on, and we’re going to do that.”

As in 2019, Liverpool ended the season in second place, just a point behind Manchester City, missing the chance of a quadruple with four titles. After the League Cup and the FA Cup, the Reds can also win the Champions League next Saturday. “Obviously losing the league today increased our urge to make up for it next week,” said the 54-year-old. In Paris it’s against Real Madrid.

Klopp does not believe that it is a good omen that Liverpool won the final of the Champions League in 2019 after just missing out on the championship title. “These competitions have nothing to do with each other,” said the popular coach. “This season is absolutely incredible and it doesn’t end today, it ends next week. And we will try absolutely everything there.” (dpa)

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