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Jurgen Klopp Is Set To Receive A 3D Model Of The Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium After Bernabeu Claim

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Jurgen Klopp Is Set To Receive A 3D Model Of The Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium After Bernabeu Claim

Jurgen Klopp is to receive a 3D model of the Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium after aiming a dig at Real Madrid for playing at their second team's ground.

With redevelopment work going on at the historic Santiago Bernabeu and no fans permitted to attend fixtures, Real have been playing all of their home games at the 6,000 capacity ground.

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It included the 3-1 Champions League quarter final first leg win over Liverpool on Tuesday and Klopp was not happy with having to play there.

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He made a comment pre-match by basically calling it a "training ground", and then after the game, was quoted as saying, "It was strange tonight because of the stadium and the situation but Anfield is at least a proper stadium - that will be good for us."

In response, Real boss Zinedine Zidane said his team are "proud" to play at the stadium.

After the salty comments, Eleven Force, have said they will be sending Klopp a 3D model of the ground and reckon he will see the funny side.

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To make him feel a bit better, they will also give him a model of another Madrid-based arena; the Wanda Metropolitano was where he won his first Champions League trophy after his Liverpool side beat Spurs 2-0 in the final.

"We know that Jurgen is a guy with a great sense of humor and he will welcome this with good humor," Jose Guerrero, head of Eleven Force, said, as per MARCA.

"In addition, we will also send him a model of the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano to serve as a souvenir of the Champions League he won in 2019.

"Finally, we'll send a copy of Son Moix for when, he decides to come and coach Real Mallorca."

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Eleven Force create models of 50 different stadiums and sold 100,000 last year.


Topics: Liverpool, Football, Santiago Bernabeu, Jurgen Klopp

Josh Lawless
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