Jurgen Klopp’s doing alright at the minute, isn’t he?
The Liverpool boss is still undefeated in the Premier League this season, with last night’s match against Arsenal making it 17 wins and three draws from 20 games.
And the boss loved every part of last night’s 5-1 demolition of Arsenal – apart from maybe the first goal – which we let in!
That though just made the Reds angry, and we ended up thrashing Unai Emery’s side 5-1.
Klopp’s favourite moment of the match came when Mo Salah gave up his second penalty for Roberto Firmino to notch his first Liverpool hat-trick.
The Egyptian is on penalty duties, and having bagged one in the first half, was lined up to get a second, before he decided to let Bobby have an opportunity for his third.
As you can see in the quote below, it was such an exceptional moment, it almost brought Klopp to tears:
"When Mo gave Bobby the penalty I was close to crying. We all know how much Mo wants to score goals but he gave it to Bobby"
— Premier League (@premierleague) December 29, 2018
Now, the squad have a few days’ rest before Manchester City on January 2nd, our first game of the New Year.
A win at the Etihad, and it’ll really be on – although in fairness – the festive results have gone so well a loss wouldn’t be catastrophic.