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Video: Jurgen Klopp Cam From Full-Time Whistle of Liverpool’s UCL Final Win is Amazing to Watch

Video: Jurgen Klopp Cam From Full-Time Whistle of Liverpool’s UCL Final Win is Amazing to Watch

Jurgen Klopp celebrating from full-time onwards at the end of Liverpool’s Champions League final win is amazing to watch.

LFC TV made sure they had a camera dedicated to the German manager as the full-time whistle was blown on his side’s 2-0 victory over Tottenham in Madrid at the start of the month.

Klopp’s celebrations are always entertaining, but this manager cam is even better because it shows him embracing Mauricio Pochettino and his coaching staff before moving through players from each team.

And the way he greets the likes of Virgil van Dijk, Andy Robertson, Mohamed Salah, Jordan Henderson and Roberto Firmino will be great to watch for any Liverpool fan.

It’s probably great to watch for many supporters of other clubs too.

You can watch it here:

How good is that?

Liverpool won that night thanks to goals from Salah and Divock Origi, clinching the sixth European Cup trophy in their illustrious history.

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