Jurgen Klopp Hits Sir Alex Ferguson Champions League Record.

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Liverpool Football club manager, Jurgen Klopp has now equaled former Manchester United coach, Sir Alex Ferguson’s UEFA Champions League record.

This comes after they triumphed over Villarreal 3-2 (5-2 on aggregate) in their second leg UEFA Champions League semi-final encounter, on Tuesday, May 3rd, 2022.

Klopp has reached the Champions League final for the fourth time as a coach, equaling the record set by Marcello Lippi, Sir Alex Ferguson and Carlo Ancelotti.

Also Read: Mo Salah Says He Is Not Sure About Signing A New Contract With Liverpool.

Klopp also became the first manager to get to the final of the Carabao Cup, the final of the FA Cup and the final of the UEFA Champions League. This feat was achieved by Liverpool against Villarreal in the second leg.

Liverpool are still looking forward to winning the quadruple, they beat Chelsea in the final of the Carabao Cup and will face the Blues in the final of the FA Cup.

The Reds are just one point behind Manchester City in the Premier League, they await the winners of the second semi-final game between Manchester City and Real Madrid.

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