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    Wednesday, 9 December 2020

    Liverpool's rivals won't have enjoyed seeing what Jurgen Klopp did after Wolves win

    The scenes at full time at Anfield on Sunday should serve as a warning to Liverpool's title rivals


    It's a scene that has become famous over the course of Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool tenure.

    So famous, in fact, it was recently included as part of an update on the uber-popular FIFA franchise.

    But when the Reds boss made his way over to the Kop at full time of Sunday's 4-0 win over Wolves , he was doing so for the first time in nine months.

    As the German went over to celebrate with his fans, three fist pumps were met with the familiar sound of cheers as the 1500 supporters on the Kop savoured an evening they had waited far too long to experience.

    Klopp insists he doesn't perform the post-match routine for the cameras but as a tribute to those who have came to watch his team in action.

    That, though, doesn't mean it won't ever feature front and centre for the television companies desperate to roll their product in the Klopp stardust.


    One fist bump, two and then three, each one helping to raise the volume from the patrons on the Kop.

    "It was very emotional, after 10 months without that it is a wonderful wonderful sign," Klopp said after the game .

    It was a special moment on a night that won't be forgotten by anyone lucky enough to be inside that storied old venue on Sunday night.

    But here's the rub, it's one that won't be an isolated incident between now and the end of the season.

    And for that, Liverpool's title rivals should be quite concerned.

    In the absence of supporters, the champions have made history at their home.

    Not only have they lifted the club's first league title in 30 years, but they now stand unbeaten at Anfield in the Premier League for a whopping 65 games.

    Fortress Anfield, indeed.

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