HomeFIFA World Cup"We shouldn't close the books" - Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp hails Lionel...

“We shouldn’t close the books” – Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp hails Lionel Messi and has ‘comments’ about Emi Martinez’s celebrations


Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp hails Lionel Messi and has ‘comments’ about Emi Martinez’s celebrations

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has waxed melodious about Argentina captain Lionel Messi in the wake of being overwhelmed by his displays at the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The German additionally given his contemplations on Emiliano Martinez’s dubious festivals.

Lionel Messi drove Argentina to their first FIFA World Cup win in quite a while in Qatar on December 18. La Albiceleste beat areas of strength for a team, which incorporated Liverpool’s Ibrahima Konate, on punishments to be delegated champions.

Argentina’s victory in the Center East likewise saw Messi at last win the prize that avoided him for the majority of his profession. He did the vast majority of the truly difficult work for Lionel Scaloni’s side, scoring seven goals in as many games.

Premier League

The 35-year-old charm likewise gave three helps to his teammates in the competition. His exhibitions for Argentina saw him being given the Brilliant Ball toward the finish of the opposition.

With the residue yet to settle, Klopp has named Messi as the best player he has run over in the course of his life. The Liverpool manager likewise commended the forward for proceeding to play at his best regardless of being in his mid-30s. He was cited as saying by The Reverberation:

“The best footballer in the course of my life, Lionel Messi, how he plays football in this age ought to give us each of the an indicate how long footballers can perform at the high level. We shouldn’t close the books too soon. It was a delight to watch him.”

Klopp, however, wouldn’t be drawn on an inquiry regarding Martinez’s dubious festivals after Argentina’s victory.

“Nothing to say about it [Martinez debate], congratulations for winning the World Cup. It was well deserved, a tough game and after 80 minutes the best final I ever saw in my life. It was absolutely special.”

“Argentina deserved it and when you saw the team and the country celebrating, then it probably hit the right country in difficult times. I am happy for them, they waited for a long time.”

Liverpool return to league action while Lionel Messi is on a break

Liverpool encountered Manchester City in the EFL Cup Round of 16 last week in what was their first match after the World Cup. Things did not go according to plan for them as they succumbed to a 3-2 defeat at the Etihad Stadium.

The Reds will now look to return to winning ways when they face Aston Villa in the Premier League today, December 26. Meanwhile, Lionel Messi is still in Argentina, celebrating Christmas with his family.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp hails Lionel Messi and has ‘comments’ about Emi Martinez’s celebrations

Follow us


Most Popular