Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp reveals SEVEN words on his mind before Champions League final

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp reveals SEVEN words on his mind before Champions League final

The German agrees with his position to the Wanda Metropolitano on June 1 hoping to win his first trophy as Liverpool supervisor. 

It will be his third European last with the Reds, having driven them to the Europa League last in Basel in 2016, trailed by the Champions League last season in Kiev. 

On the two events, Liverpool missed the mark and this time around they'll be urgent to end their fantastic season on a high and with a trophy, in the wake of passing up the association title to Manchester City by a sole point. 

It will likewise be Klopp's third Champions League last, having recently lost to Bayern Munich in 2013 at Wembley Stadium, he's hoping to cleared up a thing or two in Madrid. 

"In Germany we have a colloquialism: 'All the best things come in threes'," he said. 

"At Mainz, I missed advancement twice and we got advanced in the third season. 


"We trust that it will rehash itself for the Champions League. I believe it's very cool, to be completely forthright. 

"It's a fourth European last for me [including the 2016 Europa League], that is cool. I have had great groups and the players have gone past their points of confinement so as to qualify. 

"Up until now, it's been an extraordinary battle for us." 

Klopp has asked his players to stick to playing the Liverpool way, and not to change their style since it's a last. 

"We know each other truly well, and that is it," he included. 

"In any case, nothing else separated from that. 

"It's a last and you have an adversary and you need to plan for it, take a gander at their qualities, take a gander at their shortcomings, that is the thing that you need to do. 

"With the goal that makes it the same [from some other final]. There are no simple diversions. In the Champions League there are no simple amusements, so for what reason should the last be simple? Positively not. 

"So far we've constantly utilized our involvement in these minutes, amid each minute in our season. 

"That is the thing that we need to do. We need to play the football we represent. We need to play LFC football. 

"That is the arrangement, and afterward it will in any case be troublesome, yet it was troublesome in the various diversions also."