How Jurgen Klopp lookalike tricked his way onto ITV's presenter who believed he's Klopp


A Jurgen Klopp lookalike tricked his way onto ITV's Lorraine show after partying with England fans ahead of the Three Lions' Euro 2020 victory over Germany

A reporter on the Lorraine show appeared to believe he had interviewed Liverpool's German manager before Tuesday's last-16 clash at Wembley.

Giving viewers the lowdown from outside Wembley on Wednesday morning following the 2-0 win, he described the so-called 'Klopp' as "a great sport" and "a tremendous chap" after the doppelganger was pictured enjoying the Euro 2020 festivities with England fans.

Wearing a full Liverpool tracksuit, complete with Klopp's trademark cap and specs, the lookalike was pictured on the shoulders of supporters, swigging from a can in the streets outside the famous stadium as he sang England's famous anthem 'Football's Coming Home'.

He was also seen cheering as he looked into a camera while walking along Wembley Way on his way into the match.

And reporter Jonathan Swain appeared to have been taken in by the ruse as he updated Lorraine viewers from the aftermath of England's triumph on Wednesday morning, with a tag line on the screen bearing the slogan: "Euro 2020: Is it coming home?"

At this point a picture flashed up of the masked-up reporter with the lookalike, as he added: "Of course, he is German, he was a great sport yesterday chatting to many of the England fans.

"While even after the match he was on the shoulders of some England supporters drinking a can of beer just here on Wembley Way, so what a tremendous chap he is."

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