Klopp congratulates Flick and Bayern and leaves a message

The German coach pointed out in 'ZDF' that "despite the chaos, his (Bundesliga) calendar was the one that best suited the Champions League."


Bayern Munich tyrannized the return to competition after the stoppage due to the coronavirus and won the Bundesliga, Pokal (German Cup) and the Champions League. And Jurgen Klopp, champion with Liverpool in the previous edition of the Champions League, has spoken of that excellent state of form at ZDF. Despite acknowledging the great work done by Hansi Flick, it must be remembered that he took a broken Bayern in November and has turned them into an unstoppable record-breaking machine, he has pointed to the Bundesliga calendar as one of the reasons for the Bavarian victory in the top continental competition.

"It is difficult to write more history in eight months", begins in reference to Flick's successful stage on the Munich bench. But "they had a bit of luck, despite the chaos with the calendars, theirs was the one that best suited the Champions League." It should be remembered that the German was the first major league to get going after the health break and they had a month to prepare for the competition, unlike Chelsea, for example, with just one week. While PSG, a finalist, had to prepare with the French Cup and the League Cup, since Ligue 1 was terminated prematurely.

However, he acknowledged that "at the moment, they are (Bayern) one of the best teams in the world. They are sensationally well equipped. They have world-class players in every position and at the right age," he settled.

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