Jurgen Klopp, manager of Liverpool, has acknowledged that he is driven by a deep desire to dethrone Pep Guardiola, manager of Manchester City.
Klopp referred to Guardiola as the “greatest in the world” before of Sunday’s highly anticipated match.
However, he downplayed his praise by saying, “I’ve always aspired to be the coach of a squad that can defeat the best team in the world.”
“What I say about City, I mean it,” Klopp remarked.
“Pep is the best coach in the world – no problem with that – but I always wanted to be the coach of the team who can beat the best team in the world.
“And actually I achieved that as well, somehow – and now we have to make sure Sunday is the day. There is a little bit of work to do but we have time and nothing else to do, so let’s give it a try.”
Liverpool go into the match at the Etihad in second place and just one point behind City.
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