Jurgen Klopp's coming to Liverpool marked one of the biggest transformations we have ever witnessed in club football. Liverpool that struggled to make top 4, soon became nearly invincible. They went to two consecutive UCL finals, losing one and winning the other. They finished second in the 2018/2019 EPL season by a narrow margin, with just a point separating them from eventual winners Manchester City. And this season, they went all the way to win the EPL, beating everyone that came their way, and creating new records. Many football fans have compared this Liverpool team to some other great teams in history like the Arsenal Invincibles team and the treble-winning Manchester United team and of course Pep Guardiola's Barca.
Pep Guardiola's Barcelona team feared by almost every opponent they faced, because they hardly lost a game. They won several La Liga titles and two UCL titles, beating Manchester United in the final on both occasions. Everyone loved them for their beautiful Styl of football known as tiki-taka. And they will remain one of the best football teams in history.
So what do you think? Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool or Pep Guardiola's Barcelona, who do you think will win if they played a 'fantasy' match. In other words, which team do you think is/was the stronger or better team? Kindly share your thoughts below.
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