The amazing kind gesture Jurgen Klopp did for a Liverpool fan after their win

Klopp had a wholesome moment with a fan after Liverpool's 2-1 win against Brighton.

By Emmanuel Mendez

Jurgen Klopp shows his kindness with a special Liverpool fan yesterday.
Jurgen Klopp shows his kindness with a special Liverpool fan yesterday.
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Liverpool fans are going to miss Jurgen Klopp for obvious reasons, such as his tactics and his impact on the Liverpool team. Klopp has given his players lots of confidence before, during, and after games, and this season is proof of this. Liverpool won the EFL Carabao Cup and was first in the Premier League table with 67 points. The Reds are two points clear of second place Arsenal and three points clear of third place Manchester City. While Liverpool is currently in an intense title race, Klopp took the time to greet a special fan, and the club recorded the moment for the fan's family to remember. This not only made Liverpool fans happy but all football fans who got to witness a nice moment from the German manager.

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After the game against Brighton in Anfield, Jurgen Klopp met up with a special guest. Klopp got to meet a huge Liverpool fan, Sean Cox. Sean Cox is a Liverpool fan who was brutally attacked by Roma fans in the 2018 Champions League, leaving him in a six-week coma. The club helped him in his recovery, and yesterday, he went to Anfield to meet Jurgen Klopp. Klopp took a picture with him and his family

The Daily Mail reports that Mr. Cox suffered from a serious brain injury, and the Irish man traveled to Liverpool with his family to watch this crucial game in the Premier League. Cox and Klopp have met before in 2019 at Anfield as well. The fan who attacked Cox, Simone Mastrelli, was found guilty in 2019 and was sent to jail for three and a half years. Liverpool players knew about the incident when it happened in 2018 and held up a banner that read, "Sean Cox, You'll Never Walk Alone." after beating Roma in the 2018 Champions League semifinal.

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Jurgen Klopp donated more than $5,000 to support Sean Cox

Liverpool fans contributed to raise over $2 million to help aid Cox's recovery. Klopp donated more than $5,000 to the cause, and Everton's captain at the time, Seamus Coleman, donated $5,600.

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