Jurgen Klopp has carved out a formidable legacy over his six years at Liverpool, creating history and memories to last a lifetime. Here is his tutelage in numbers so far!
On October 8 2015, Liverpool’s trajectory would turn on its head for the better as a charismatic German who called himself the ‘Normal One’ was officially unveiled as the club’s new manager.
Since that day the Reds have only been moving in one direction, and that’s up.
No detail is too small and the harmony between manager, players and fans is as strong as it has ever been, creating the foundation for success.
A Premier League title joined the European Cup, Super Cup and Club World Cup but there promises to be more with Klopp to be at the helm for another few years yet.
The number of games the boss has overseen to date.
The total players used by the manager so far.
The total victories accumulated across six different competitions.
The total goals that have been conceded by the Reds in all competitions.
Players have signed for the club under Klopp.
Games unbeaten at Anfield from a total of 159 across all competitions; 106 wins, 34 draws and just 19 defeats. Fortress.
Liverpool’s average goals per game under Klopp.
The longest league winning run recorded under his management, notched in 2019/20. It equalled Man City‘s record.
Klopp’s win percentage as Liverpool manager, the best return in 125 years.
The number of games lost from a total of 328.
The recovered points from losing positions in the Premier League under Klopp.
The number of days as manager, so far!
Liverpool’s longest unbeaten run in the Premier League (January 3, 2019 – February 29, 2020)
The number of games for the longest Anfield unbeaten run in the Premier League (April 2017 – January 2021)
The total goals scored by the most prolific player under Klopp, Mohamed Salah.
Klopp became the very first German manager to win the English top-flight title in its 131-year history in 2019/20.
The total assists from Firmino, the highest tally of any other Red under the German’s tutelage.
Points accumulated out of a possible 681 in the Premier League since his arrival in 2015.
The different teams faced under Klopp, Liverpool have beaten 60 of them.
The total trophies added to the cabinet, but there’s still plenty of time for more!
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