Jürgen Klopp in a DW Kick off! exclusive interview. The Liverpool coach talks frankly about life as a German in Britain, and his career development. He also explains why he really is the "The Normal One."
Two sides with very different European pedigree faced off in Madrid in the Champions League final, but for the first time since 2012 Jürgen Klopp won a final as Liverpool sealed their ninth European title.
The Liverpool coach has never faced Barcelona in a competitive game. The German is well aware of the threat posed by Lionel Messi and co but wants his team to have the courage to play their own football.
Premier League side Liverpool have a mountain to climb as they attempt to overcome a three-goal deficit against Barcelona on Tuesday night. To make matters worse, Jürgen Klopp's team are also missing two key players.
With Liverpool still competing on two fronts, Jürgen Klopp's rhetoric and the pressure he's facing haven't changed. To shake his reputation as a loveable loser, the "Normal One" needs to deliver a title this season.
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