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“Jurgen Klopp’s teams made me a better Manager" -Pep Guardiola Reveals ahead of Liverpool Clash.

Manchester City and Liverpool rivalry has been top-notch since the arrival of both coaches in their various clubs. The two coaches are arguably holding the top position in the list of the best coaches in the Premier League and the world respectively. And each of the last four premier league titles have been won by these coaches, three of which was won by Guardiola. Arguably, Pep has been consistent in the league since he arrived in the club, winning 10 trophies, including three premier league titles, and helping the team to its first UEFA Champions League.

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Pep Guardiola has revealed a fact ahead of the Liverpool’s clash on how Jurgen Klopp and his players have made him a better coach in the realm of football. He further stressed that the Liverpool’s head coach Jurgen Klopp’s stringent challenge has advanced him to a precious level to ruminate deeply on how to achieve the best for his team as a coach. He says “ Klopp Put me on another level; to think about it, to prove myself, to be a better manager”

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Pep eulogized Jurgen’s efforts for his successful career as Manchester City head coach, and also described him as one of the best existing coaches in the world of football currently, and regarded Liverpool squad as one of the best in Europe. He says “For me they’re still probably the best in Europe”.

Manchester City would be visiting Liverpool at the Anfield Stadium on Sunday. Liverpool remains unbeaten since the commencement of the league, and the only club that is yet to lose a match this season in the premier league and all competing.

With Manchester City’s current form do you think Pep Guardiola who claims he has advanced progressively as a better coach due to frequent challenges from Jurgen Klopp could inhibit Liverpool’s unbeaten runs and make them lose their first three-point this season? Kindly share your perspective with us in the comment section below.

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