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While Guardiola or Xavi cried with excuses about, what Klopp said about Madrid after losing the Champions League

Liverpool's German coach showed his class after Liverpool's defeat against Los Merengues. 

Jürgen Klopp's reaction after their defeat to Madrid is something Xvi and Guardiola should learn from.
Jürgen Klopp's reaction after their defeat to Madrid is something Xvi and Guardiola should learn from.

While Guardiola or Xavi cried with excuses, what Klopp said about Madrid after losing the Champions League is something that undoubtedly puts him as one of the soccer coaches with more category and maturity, since he did not rant against the team that beat him.

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It is worth remembering that when Real Madrid beat FC Barcelona when Pep Guardiola was in charge, the Catalan coach wasted no time and in the press conferences after the games and immediately began to claim that the refereeing protected Madrid, and stated that it was complicated to play against 12 players, alluding to the fact that the refereeing favored Los Blancos

The other one who did the same every time his team was beaten by Madrid is Xavi, who also claimed that the refereeing played in favor of Los Merengues and has even used his post-match press conferences to remind the press of how great Guardiola's FC Barcelona was, of Messi, but that's just a memory. 

What Klopp said about Madrid after the Champions League loss

The Liverpool manager did not lose face and showed his maturity by congratulating Real Madrid and stating that they are the royalty of Europe, as well as saying that the White club "has a lot of experience and has the most experienced coach. I think they have put in stronger performances this year, but today [this Saturday] they did what they needed to do".

The coach also said that "The only problem is that they scored with one shot on goal and we, who launched nine, none", thus recognizing that the team led by Carlo Ancelotti was better than theirs on the pitch and taking this defeat with philosophy, to learn from it. 

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Wilian Estrella

Journalist with more than 10 years of experience. Puma UNAM at heart. Fan of the most beautiful sport on the planet. I currently cover Liga MX, MLS, Premier League, Mexican National Team and USMNT. Always attentive to the latest world soccer news.+ info

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