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Jurgen Klopp: Touching Christmas video follows Liverpool's jump to first place

Jurgen Klopp: Touching Christmas video follows Liverpool's jump to first place

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A touching Christmas video follows Liverpool's jump to first place

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The joy of winning and jumping to first place: Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp

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With the away win, Jurgen Klopp returns to first place in the Premier League with Liverpool. This raises the attachment. But the video clip published by the Reds – in which the German coach was moved to tears – caused a much greater uproar.

WHow long they stay at the top of the table depends on Arsenal, who performs better on Thursday. But until then, Liverpool occupies first place in the Premier League.

Jurgen Klopp's side won 2-0 (1-0) over relegation-threatened Burnley on Tuesday. The goals of the match were scored by Darwin Nunez in the 6th minute and Diogo Jota in the 90th minute. During the course of the match, two goals were disallowed for Liverpool, from Cody Jacobo (30th) due to a previous foul and from Harvey Elliott (55th) due to the presence of Mohamed Salah offside after video evidence.

If Arsenal, which is two points behind Liverpool (42 points), wins its match against West Ham United, the two clubs will swap places.

“We love your passion,” says Klopp.

But what sticks out regardless of the sporting competition and has an emotional impact these days is the video released by Liverpool Football Club the day after Christmas Eve – once again showing the special nature of this club, far from all the victories and trophies.

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In the video, you can see Jurgen Klopp welcoming twelve-year-old Liverpool fan Dier into his office. Klopp drives the young Irishman around the training pitch in a wheelchair. Dyer suffers from the rare Cromelin Syndrome and lives without arms or legs.

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The boy from Cavan was at Anfield Road for the first time in the 3-0 home win against Aston Villa in the autumn – and burst into tears as tens of thousands sang the legendary 'You'll Never Walk Alone' anthem on the pitch. The video of his emotional reaction went viral and affected millions of people online. And also the German coach of the Reds.

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Christian Franke, written by Nahi

Klopp personally invited Dier and his family to Liverpool: “Me and the players have all watched the video and we love your passion for the club. Come.” When Dier actually traveled from Ireland to Liverpool at the start of December, he saw the Reds lose 4-3 to Fulham. A day later, he personally met Reds stars such as Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah. Klopp was visibly emotional as he led his young visitor around the training ground.

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Thomas Mueller says:

“You can't imagine how much I enjoyed this meeting. Like you, I'm about to cry right now,” Klopp says in the video: “Diri, you're a very special boy. You're probably thinking this was great for you. But it was for me too. Thanks!” “