Watch: Juergen Klopp surprises Liverpool fans at team hotel in Michigan

first_imgLiverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is a jolly man and enjoys his time on and off the pitch. The German is a lively character and has been in great mood after his team’s superb transfer window and a decent pre-season so far.Liverpool have won two of their three matches so far in the International Champions Cup in USA. Klopp’s men lost to Borussia Dortmund in the opener but since then, have been solid and beaten league rivals Manchester City and Manchester United in the following fixtures.And, prior to the match against United that they won 4-1 at the Michigan Stadium on Saturday, he decided to drop by at a Supporters’ Club event at the team hotel in Michigan and surprise the fans and music artist Jamie Webster, who was performing in it.Klopp arrived in the middle of a Webster song and enjoyed the atmosphere before singing along to ‘Allez, Allez, Allez’. Klopp’s entrance surprised the singer and sent him into utter disbelief before he, along with the fans, continued to sing the song.Also read – Fans chose the beach instead of watching Chelsea-Inter game: Jose MourinhoAllez, Allez, Allez has been Liverpool’s anthem throughout their sensational run to the final in last year’s Champions League.Liverpool’s game against United was their last in the States. They will now head to Dublin to face Napoli on August 4 before their Premier League campaign gets underway against West Ham at Anfield on August 12.And, their show against their cross-town rivals was a great way to end their stay in USA.advertisementSadio Mane had given Liverpool the lead with a penalty just before the half-hour mark before Andreas Pereira equalised with a stunning free kick minutes later infront of more than 100,000 spectators at the Ann Arbor stadium in Michigan.Substitute Daniel Sturridge made it 2-1 after 66 minutes before Sheyi Ojo scored Liverpool’s second penalty of the game after Andrew Robertson went down in the box. Swiss forward Xherdan Shaqiri, a recent signing from Stoke City, then scored a brilliant bicycle kick that capped the scoring and completed a resounding victory against a relatively inexperienced United side.A bicycle kick. On your debut. Against @ManUtd.All of the angles @XS_11official’s stunning goal……keep an eye out for Curtis Jones’ reaction! pic.twitter.com/55IOyMUSeULiverpool FC (@LFC) July 29, 2018As Liverpool fly off to Dublin now, their record signing Alisson Becker will join them and is set to make debut against the Italian side.last_img

first_imgLiverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is a jolly man and enjoys his time on and off the pitch. The German is a lively character and has been in great mood after his team’s superb transfer window and a decent pre-season so far.Liverpool have won two of their three matches so far in the International Champions Cup in USA. Klopp’s men lost to Borussia Dortmund in the opener but since then, have been solid and beaten league rivals Manchester City and Manchester United in the following fixtures.And, prior to the match against United that they won 4-1 at the Michigan Stadium on Saturday, he decided to drop by at a Supporters’ Club event at the team hotel in Michigan and surprise the fans and music artist Jamie Webster, who was performing in it.Klopp arrived in the middle of a Webster song and enjoyed the atmosphere before singing along to ‘Allez, Allez, Allez’. Klopp’s entrance surprised the singer and sent him into utter disbelief before he, along with the fans, continued to sing the song.Also read – Fans chose the beach instead of watching Chelsea-Inter game: Jose MourinhoAllez, Allez, Allez has been Liverpool’s anthem throughout their sensational run to the final in last year’s Champions League.Liverpool’s game against United was their last in the States. They will now head to Dublin to face Napoli on August 4 before their Premier League campaign gets underway against West Ham at Anfield on August 12.And, their show against their cross-town rivals was a great way to end their stay in USA.advertisementSadio Mane had given Liverpool the lead with a penalty just before the half-hour mark before Andreas Pereira equalised with a stunning free kick minutes later infront of more than 100,000 spectators at the Ann Arbor stadium in Michigan.Substitute Daniel Sturridge made it 2-1 after 66 minutes before Sheyi Ojo scored Liverpool’s second penalty of the game after Andrew Robertson went down in the box. Swiss forward Xherdan Shaqiri, a recent signing from Stoke City, then scored a brilliant bicycle kick that capped the scoring and completed a resounding victory against a relatively inexperienced United side.A bicycle kick. On your debut. Against @ManUtd.All of the angles @XS_11official’s stunning goal……keep an eye out for Curtis Jones’ reaction! pic.twitter.com/55IOyMUSeULiverpool FC (@LFC) July 29, 2018As Liverpool fly off to Dublin now, their record signing Alisson Becker will join them and is set to make debut against the Italian side.last_img

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