Klopp is the first Swans coach to win 50 European matches.

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Jürgen Klopp becomes the first Liverpool manager to lead his team to 50 victories in European competition. And will continue to make records because there are still many matches left in the Europa League battle.

Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool ‘s manager set a record for himself by becoming the first Anfield manager. In history to lead his team to 50 wins in European football, surpassing Rafael Benitez. Former Spanish boss which has been done in 49 games successfully. The person revealed that this is because the current football tournament is more competitive than in the past. Making it ahead of others.

Klopp is the first Swans coach to win 50 European matches.

Mr Deutsch There were quite a few team changes in the opening game of the Europa League group stage, Group E, away at LASK Linz in Austria. And even though they fell behind in the first half. But they came back and accelerated in the second half, winning 3-1 and taking the lead in the group. Along with breaking Benitez ‘s record, who led the https://ufabet999.com team to glory in the European Cup between 2004 and 2010.

“It’s good,” Klopp said. “We’ve played a lot of games in Europe. But it’s good that we won that many. And we often make it to the finals. It’s really great. But it may be because now there are more games to play in European football than in the past.”

Bob Paisley, who won three European Cups with the Red Machines. Won 39 of their 61 European games, while Bill Shankly led the club to their first European trophy, the UEFA Cup. In 1973, they won 34 out of 65 games. Last Thursday night It was Klopp ‘s 82nd European game since taking over. red machine Early October 2015 

For the 56-year-old trainer’s 50 victories, divided into 42 UEFA Champions League matches, 7 Europa League matches and 1 UEFA Super Cup match, the next match in this program will be Liverpool’s home opener for a visit. Union Saint-Gillois Thursday, October 5th. But before that They have two league games against West Ham United and Spurs, as well as a Carabao Cup third round tie against Leicester City.