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We Really Feel For Him – What Klopp Said About Ronaldo After Liverpool’s 4 – 0 Defeat Again Man United

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Liverpool coach, Jurgen Klopp while celebrating their win against Manchester United also sent his condolence message to Cristiano Ronaldo who lost his son a few days ago.

The Portuguese striker was excluded from Machester United’s squad that played against Liverpool yesterday at Anfield.

Following the devastating death of his young boy, the 37-year-old has been granted time off.

In the seventh minute of the game, both sets of fans came together to cheer Ronaldo, as the home crowd sang “You’ll Never Walk Alone.”

“It was a fantastic display of class,” Klopp said after the game, “and of course, all our thoughts were with Cristiano and his family from the minute we heard about it, and I can’t even imagine how it must feel.” We really feel for him.”

“My game-winning moment was the seventh minute when the entire stadium exuded absolute class,” he continued. “There are many things in life that are far more important than football.” We sympathize with Cristiano and his family. That was my game-changing moment.”

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