Liverpool boss picks Manchester City’s away defeat to Chelsea in 2020 as his favourite Premier League moment. Find out why!

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has been asked to name his favourite Premier League moment.

The German tactician surprisingly chose Chelsea forward Willian’s penalty goal against Manchester City which sealed the Premier League title for Liverpool back in 2020.

“It’s easy, we didn’t even play!” Klopp said.

“It was the penalty for Chelsea, when Willian scored the penalty for Chelsea against City when we became champions in that moment [in June 2020], definitely. That was a mix of everything.

“I can remember the situation before, it was a chance of Chelsea like shooting, defending, shooting, blocking and then handball and everyone was shouting ‘handball’.

“It was not immediately the whistle and then the whistle came and that was the first celebration.

“I am actually absolutely not like this, honestly. I watch football games, other teams when I’m not involved, I couldn’t care less – it’s always kind of analysis, watching, learning.

“But it was completely different in that moment, I was really hoping it would be a penalty and I was really hoping Willian keeps his nerve. When he kept his nerve, it was good – it was my Premier League moment.”