Jürgen Klopp, 56, who will step down as Liverpool manager at the end of the season, has reflected on his time at the club and mentioned Son Heung-min (32, Tottenham).

On Aug. 22 (KST), Liverpool celebrated his departure with a four-part video titled “Unspoken Stories, Miracle Football & Lots of Laughter” on its official YouTube channel.

In the videos, 카지노사이트 Klopp reminisced about his time at Liverpool. He also shared some memorable stories. That’s why Son Heung-min’s name came out of his mouth.

Klopp mentioned Divock Origi’s (then Liverpool) goal in the Champions League final against Tottenham and mentioned Son Heung-min alongside it.

“I remember how I felt when Origi scored the goal that made it 2-0 in the Champions League final,” he said. “Before his goal, I really wanted to close my eyes whenever Son Heung-min got the ball, but once I saw Origi’s goal, I was able to enjoy the game.

The Champions League final Klopp is referring to is from the 2018-2019 season.

Back then, Tottenham had come from behind to reach the Champions League final, where they were hoping to win the title against Liverpool. Liverpool won 2-0 thanks to an early penalty and Origi’s 43rd-minute goal in the second half.

At the time, Tottenham considered Son Heung-min to be their “trusted man” over Harry Kane, who was still recovering from injury, meaning that he was the most threatening player for Liverpool.

Meanwhile, Klopp is stepping down as manager at the end of this season.

Klopp began his managerial career in 2001 after finishing his playing career with FSV Mainz 05. He then took charge of Borussia Dortmund in 2008, winning two Bundesliga titles and a UEFA Champions League runner-up finish.

Klopp joined Liverpool in 2015 and has been in charge of the club ever since. He has won seven trophies with Liverpool, 온라인카지노사이트 including one Premier League title (2019-2020), the FA Cup (2021-2022), the EFL Cup (2021-2022), and the UEFA Champions League (2018-2019).

However, he announced his intention to end his time with the club last year, saying he had “run out of energy.”