Jurgen Klopp, the manager of Liverpool has spent 7 years fighting against Bayern Munich in Bundesliga. However, he has said that there isn’t anything personal when it comes to the Champions League Clash on Tuesday with the German Champions.
When he was the coach of Borussia Dortmund and prior Mainz 05, Klopp has clashed against Bayern Munich twenty-nine times and have earned only 9 victories. The best game among this was the Champions League final of 2013 at Wembley Stadium with Argen Robben scoring a goal in the 89th minute and won the title for Bayern Munich.
Klopp has stated that there hasn’t been anything negative against Bayern but when they play against each other and buy their players, he cannot be happy. Mat Hummels, the defender, and Robert Lewandowski, the forward had been on Klopp’s side in the final match of 2012 but they are now with Bayern.
He says that he has worked with these two fantastic players. He is thankful and states that without them, his career might not have been the same. According to him, they have benefited from each other. That is a part of his life and his history. They are always going to respect each other.
Klopp states that he knows about them and likes them. They are going to do everything that they can and keep them from shinning. Klopp has given a confirmation regarding Uli Hoeness, the president of Bayern that the coach might have joined the Bavarian club in the year 2008 when they appointed Juergen Klinsmann instead.