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Jurgen Klopp had a priceless reaction to seeing his Liverpool team winning the ball back in 92nd minute

Jurgen Klopp had a priceless reaction to seeing his Liverpool team winning the ball back in 92nd minute

Jurgen Klopp absolutely loved the desire displayed by his Liverpool side in the 6-1 hammering of Leeds United.

Jurgen Klopp produced a priceless reaction to his Liverpool side displaying an incredible desire to win the ball back in the 92nd minute.

The Reds destroyed Leeds 6-1 at Elland Road on Monday night with the type of energetic performance you would expect from a Klopp team.

Mo Salah and Diogo Jota both bagged braces, while Cody Gakpo and Darwin Nunez were also on the scoresheet in the rout.

But the passage of play Klopp celebrated the most wasn't even any of the goals. It came in stoppage time when his team, 6-1 up, hunted down Leeds to regain possession.

Georginio Rutter had the ball in the middle of the pitch but was swarmed by four players, who pressed and harried before pinching the ball and going on the attack.

The cameras panned to Klopp on the bench and he was in absolute awe of the work-rate and determination showed by his players.

He screamed, "OH MY GOD!" multiple times as he slumped further into his chair before jumping out of his seat and applauding.

Speaking after the game, the German told Sky Sports: "I think it is the best game we played this season. Counter pressing wise, best for, I could say decades (laughing)."

In a chat with the BBC, he revealed his favourite moment from the resounding victory was when "in the 92nd minute four players chasing a poor boy for Leeds on the ball".

Image: Alamy
Image: Alamy

After a poor season by their standards saw them dumped out of four competitions, Liverpool looked a little more like themselves.

The impressive outing against Leeds followed up an excellent response to going 2-0 down against leaders Arsenal at Anfield last weekend in a game they really should have won.

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Next up for Liverpool is a visit of struggling Nottingham Forest on Saturday. They currently find themselves in eighth place, nine points off fourth-placed Newcastle United with eight games still to play in the league.

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports

Topics: Liverpool, Leeds United, Jurgen Klopp, Fan Reactions