LIVERPOOL – Jurgen Klopp has just set a record as the fastest Liverpool manager to win his 100th victory in the Premier League. Klopp won his 100th match in the Premier League after undergoing his 159th match with the Reds.
Precisely when the 5-2 win over the city team, Everton in the 15th week of the 2019/20 Premier League at Anfield Stadium on Thursday (5/12/2019) early morning hrs.
This extended Liverpool's unbeaten run to 32 league matches – a new record – while Klopp's 100th league victory as Liverpool manager. He beat the previous club record recorded by Kenny Dalglish, who achieved 100 wins in 167 matches.
From the data released by Squawka, Klopp's record only lost to Jose Mourinho who won his 100th victory in the 142th match with Chelsea.
But Klopp surpassed the record of legendary Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson who needed 162 matches to record his 100th victory.
Despite just setting an impressive record as a Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp doesn't seem too proud. The German coach is more interested in discussing the club's ambitions to end the fasting of the Premier League title which has broken through 30 years.
Quoted from Pojoksatu.id from Mirror, Jurgen Klopp is 'not interested' in his new record as Liverpool manager – because he is focused on ending the 30 years of waiting for the club to win the title.
"My feeling is that all 100 wins are saviors," Klopp said when asked about the record.
"It's always very important, not to draw or lose – because we chased two years ago for the Champions League, and Chelsea came back and chased us all over the field, we had to win every game, quite a lot. "
"This is not a number that I'm interested in. This is 300 cool points, but only 43 points helped us this season. The players are the reason for winning. It's just a number, that's cool but it's also necessary that we have to keep on winning. "
Mourinho's record of winning 100 Premier League wins in the fewest matches is expected to be beaten by Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola, who has achieved 97 wins in 129 matches.
Jurgen Klopp's post will present the English League title with Liverpool featured earlier on MIX News. .