Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool labeled a ‘perfect team’ with no real superstars’ by Italian soccer legend Arrigo Sacchi after the big win over Manchester United
- Soccer legend Arrigo Sacchi has delivered his verdict on Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool
- The Reds are one of the best teams in the world right now after big wins.
- In the 1980s and early 1990s, Sacchi made AC Milan the most formidable team in the world.
- Tactical master spoke of Liverpool with Reds icon Jamie Carragher
Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool has been compared to a ‘perfect orchestra’ by none other than soccer legend Arrigo Sacchi, who believes the German is rapidly on his way to sacred territory among soccer coaches.
Sacchi made a name for himself on the bench when he transformed AC Milan into one of the most formidable teams on the planet in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and now admits that Klopp is one of the bosses he admires most in the modern game. .
Sacchi sat down to chat with former Liverpool star Jamie Carragher and the Telegraph, and he outlined exactly why he feels like everything about the Merseyside giants works out so well.
Arrigo Sacchi praised Liverpool after an impeccable start to the season
Liverpool are flying and looking to be the first contenders for the league title again this season
Sacchi told Carragher: ‘[Liverpool are] A fantastic team with no real superstars. A true team.
‘You see one playing for eleven, while other teams are eleven playing for themselves. 80 percent of the time, they move when they have the ball.
“If they were an orchestra, they would always be in perfect tune and in perfect time.”
The AC Milan icon went so far as to say that Liverpool’s rivals United, whom they recently dismantled 5-0 at Old Trafford, appear in contrast to have simply been “united” as a team.
Sacchi won four European trophies during his time as coach of AC Milan.
Sacchi believes that the foundations of Liverpool’s success lie with Klopp, who along with Pep Guardiola is changing the direction of the beautiful game.
Sacchi added: ‘Pep and Klopp are two greats who allow football to advance. Without such coaches, football dies, ‘he said.
‘I saw Liverpool play against Barcelona [in 2019] and he was excited.
“I was excited because it wasn’t just one team winning, it was a whole city. In the next life, I want to be a coach in England. ‘