WATCH: Jurgen Klopp’s HILARIOUS reaction to phone call in middle of press conference leaves media in stitches

Jurgen Klopp knows the importance of a call from a dentist.


WATCH: Jurgen Klopp’s HILARIOUS reaction to phone call in middle of press conference leaves media in stitches

Jurgen Klopp holds up the phone of the journalist. (Image via screengrab from Sky Sports)

Jurgen Klopp has always been an entertaining figure during press conferences, ever since he arrived in England. It could be the time he misheard brain fog for brain f**k, calling himself the normal one when compared to his rivals or when he called the translator’s voice very “erotic”. Klopp has been one of the most loved personalities in the league. 

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So when he announced his departure from Liverpool, it did make a few fans unhappy that such a loved figure was leaving the club. Joining the club when it was struggling, he transformed the Reds into one of the best sides in the world. By his 7th season, he ended up winning every trophy available to him. He said he was tired and claimed that he couldn’t do it on ‘three wheels’. 

With it being his final season, Jurgen Klopp didn’t stop enjoying his time with the press. During his press conference ahead of their trip to Arsenal, Klopp saw a journalist getting a call from his dentist. He picked up the phone and informed the journalists that their Dentist was calling. 

The dentist is calling, this might be important.
Jurgen Klopp

To this a reporter replied,

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Oh, that might be important?!

The Liverpool boss agreed to the same and said:

The dentist! I can imagine!

Having gotten his teeth fixed a few years ago, Klopp knows the importance of a dentist. Further, his dentist Dr. Robbie Hughes from Dental Excellence, has also treated Bobby Firmino, Sadio Mane, Phillipe Coutinho, and Mario Balotelli. 

Liverpool face Arsenal at a crucial point in the title race

Arsenal and Liverpool have been on each other’s neck for the title, with only a five-point difference between the two sides. They have played each other twice this season, with one draw and one win for Liverpool. 

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Bukayo Saka and Virgil van Dijk will be in the spotlight on Sunday night. (Image via EuroSport and GOAL)

The two sides are without important players, with injuries and absences due to AFCON and Asia Cup. Wataru Endo is still on national duty, while Mohamed Salah and Joel Matip are out with injuries. Takehiro Tomiyasu is also playing for Japan, while Thomas Partey has found himself injured yet again. 

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The two sides have had a polarizing run into the fixture. Arsenal have managed only two wins in their past five games, while Liverpool have won 4 out of their last five games. The Reds have a great record at the Emirates as well, winning four out of their last five trips to London. 

A win for Arsenal means they are put in a more comfortable position in the title race, with a loss meaning they would be 8 points behind Liverpool. Meanwhile, Liverpool need to extend their lead on Manchester City, who still have a game in hand. The match will be played on 4th November. 

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