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Liverpool’s head coach, Jurgen Klopp has opened up on the return of the Premier League and his experience when training resumed earlier last month. Finally, after all the havoc wrecked by the coronavirus pandemic, there is some good news coming from the world of sports as Premier League is set to return from June 17.
Aston Villa v Sheffield United and Manchester City v Arsenal, both rearranged games will take place on that date, the English top-flight said in a statement. The last league match before the shutdown was Leicester versus Aston Villa on March 9, with all English professional football suspended four days later.
Now, the Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp has revealed his excitement going back to action in the league and his experience reuniting with his squad after so long.
Jurgen Klopp Opens Up On Premier League Return
“It’s absolutely brilliant, a massive difference … we could work on all the things we wanted to work on,” Jurgen Klopp told the club website. “The first week was already really good with small groups, I enjoyed that … it was important to get on track again, to get used to the pitch, ball and boots… now we work on tactical things, that works really well,” Jurgen Klopp added.
“Hopefully, we can make progress in the next two or three weeks, there are a lot of things that need to be organised… we need to get hopefully a couple of (bits of) information but we take it like it is and use each second we are together,” Jurgen Klopp further said.
Liverpool Have Enjoyed A Near Perfect Run In The Premier League This Season
As of now, Liverpool are the obvious champions of the Premier League 2019-20 and are only two wins away from the nine games they have in hand to win the Premier League. Their season was none short of exponential as they were en route to finishing the season as invincibles. However, Crystal Palace broke the jinx but no other club can separate Liverpool from the title this season.
Liverpool have had an exceptional season so far. Out of the 29 games played this season, the Reds have gone on to win 27 of those games and have 82 points on the table. The record is simply breathtaking and is one of the finest runs in the history of Premier League. Manchester City are on the second spot with 57 points in 28 games.