Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he was at a loss for words when describing Jordan Henderson’s goal against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
The Reds clinched captain’s strike against the Blue proved to be the winner for Klopp’s side as they secured a 2-1 victory in the Premier League clash, their second successive victory at the Bridge under Klopp.
The boss could be seen shouting ‘Boom!’ repeatedly on the touchline, as he celebrated Henderson’s brilliance, which followed Dejan Lovren’s opener, according to the Liverpool website.
The German manager believes that Henderson’s the goal was a ‘once in a lifetime’ striker and was the kind of could he could never manage to score as a player.
‘If it’s lifetime, it’s OK. I never shot one like this. Pretty good,’ Klopp said.
‘I’m really happy about the goals because they were around set-pieces. [We were] really quick in mind.
‘A nice set-piece with Millie and Phil [Coutinho], and the other one was a throw-in to Adam [Lallana], really good movement and then playing the pass back.’
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