Liverpool have another trophy under their belt as they are half way to winning the quadruple, with the Reds beating Chelsea in yesterday’s FA Cup final.
Just like in the Carabao Cup final against the same opponents earlier this season, it was an incredibly close game that finished 0-0 after extra time, with penalties needed to separate the two sides.
On both occasions, however, Liverpool came out on top, and this latest victory means Klopp is now in the history books, achieving something only previously done before by the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United.
See below as Opta confirm this superb achievement by Klopp…
2 – @LFC's Jürgen Klopp has become only the second manager to win the European Cup/Champions League, FA Cup, League Cup and the English top-flight title all with the same English club, along with Sir Alex Ferguson (with Man Utd). Etched. pic.twitter.com/uXNaMloQM9
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) May 14, 2022
Klopp won the Champions League in 2018/19, the Premier League title a year later, and has now picked up both domestic cups this season.
Manchester City may be favourites for the title this term, but LFC aren’t out of it yet, and they have a Champions League final against Real Madrid coming up later this month.
This is some achievement by Klopp, but he’s not finished yet.