Jurgen Klopp reaches new milestone but doesn't beat Pep Guardiola

Klopp celebrates yet another Premier League win after Liverpool won 4-1 vs Chelsea.

By Emmanuel Mendez

Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola are the two quickest managers to reach this milestone in the Premier League.
Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola are the two quickest managers to reach this milestone in the Premier League.
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Jurgen Klopp has lit another fire under his Liverpool team after his announcement. Klopp wants to win every trophy possible this season, but after claiming to be tired of managing Liverpool, his players have responded with many goals in the past two games.

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This past weekend, Liverpool smashed Norwich City 5-2 in the FA Cup. Goals came from Diogo Jota, Darwin Nunez, Curtis Jones, Virgil Van Dijk, and Ryan Gravenberch. Liverpool advances to the fifth round of the FA Cup and will play either Watford or Southampton.

The team delivered again in the Premier League, scoring four goals past Chelsea, who did not lose after three games previously. The past seven games between Liverpool and Chelsea have been draws, but the Reds looked hungry to destroy Chelsea, and they did. Jota, Conor Bradley, Szoboszlai, and Luis Diaz scored the four goals against Chelsea. It makes it more impressive to know that the team did it without Mohamed Salah. With the Egyptian soon recovering from injury, Liverpool look set to compete for the EFL Cup, FA Cup, Europa League, and the Premier League for Klopp’s last season at the club.

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Jurgen Klopp reaches 200 wins in the Premier League but falls short of Pep Guardiola

With the outstanding 4-1 win against Chelsea at Anfield yesterday, Jurgen Klopp reached a new milestone, recording his 200th Premier League win. He is the second-fastest manager to achieve this milestone in doing it in 318 matches. He surpasses Sir Alex Ferguson, who did it in 322 matches with Manchester United. Klopp does fall short of Pep Guardiola, who got 200 league wins in 269 games with Manchester City.

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