Clip Shows Liverpool Squad Brilliantly Singing Happy Birthday In Every Player's Language
Liverpool's current success is mainly built around an excellent group of players implementing their manager's plans perfectly but it' clearly also to do with an excellent group atmosphere.
The Reds are currently dominating the Premier League as they look to win their first league title since 1990 and they're very much on course to do so, leading closest challengers Leicester City by 10 points, ahead of Thursday's game against Sheffield United.
Most would look at their brilliance on the pitch as the root of their success but it also comes down to togetherness and they showed it off in a clip of the squad singing 'Happy Birthday' in everyone's native tongue, impressive.
Everyone: I wonder what Liverpool do in training to achieve such excellence during this intense season- mboopi (@boardmanburner) January 1, 2020
Klopp: let's sing happy birthday in 12 languages :relaxed::kissing_heart::sunglasses: pic.twitter.com/k1TTzOKRj3
Despite Liverpool being so much better than the rest of the league the team's spirit has still been tested at times and this is a great example of why it hasn't broken.
During several matches they've either been behind before coming back to win or scored late to win games by a goal, or draw as was the case in the game against Manchester United.
It's been an incredible turnaround for the club in recent times under Klopp with the German turning them from top four challengers to leading what seems to be a title precession.
Manchester City were favourites to make it three titles in-a-row this season but Pep Guardiola's side have stumbled throughout the early part of the campaign.
In contrast the Reds have been able to build off the back off last season when they won the Champions League and finished just a point behind City, failing to win the league despite having a ridiculous 97 points.
Speaking about the win over Wolves Klopp revealed that he wasn't happy with the performance and let the players know, saying, "I don't know exactly what the boys said after but we were not happy with all parts of the game.
"We were happy with the result, but the game gave us a lot of space for improvement, you don't have to be a super football brain to see that.
"I told the boys what I thought we should have done better immediately after the game and maybe that killed the winning mood.
"I was really happy about the result but we have to work on performances.
"We never did it and should not start lying to ourselves like everything is fine when it's not because we have to make sure that we improve. We will do, 100%."
More proof of an incredible winning mentality. No one will stop them winning the league, surely?