The terrifying Liverpool attack and defense is approaching the dream

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Liverpool is on the threshold of winning the Premier League title for the first time in its history, and its distinguished career towards this achievement revealed a huge role played by his German coach Juergen Klopp in transforming him into one of the best clubs in the world after he was away from the competition On nicknames.

After achieving 27 wins and scoring 82 points with an orphan defeat throughout the season, the Reds achieved a record march, by a huge margin over his competitors and he currently needs only six points to finish his fasting crowning the first domestic title, which lasted for 30 years.

Compared to the situation under the leadership of former coach Brendan Rodgers, the performance of Liverpool witnessed a tremendous improvement on both sides of the stadium, represented by creating more opportunities and scoring, in addition to a noticeable decline in shots and attacks in his net.

Figures show that Liverpool scored 2.15 goals per game during 173 games, during which he played with the team style applied by Club, compared to 1.9 goals per game under the direction of Rodgers.

In the 2015-2016 season during which Klopp took over, the success rate of scoring opportunities was 9.5%. As for the current season, the percentage reached 12.8%.

Thanks to the three effective attack consisting of Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah, and Roberto Firmino who scored 38 goals and made 20 scoring opportunities to push their team to the singles and with all the merit of the lead, 22 points ahead of the closest pursuit.

The back-to-back Trent Alexander-Arnold also starred in the backline when he made 12 chances, scoring second after Manchester City player Kevin de Bruyne who made his teammates 16 chances.

On the defense level, the rate of shots toward Liverpool’s goal is 8.26 shots per game compared to 10.7 under Rodgers, thanks mainly to the efforts of Dutch defender Virgil van Dijk, who cost the club 93 million dollars in 2018.

In 83 games since the Dutch defender joined Liverpool, the team lost only five times and scored 56 times, compared to 24 defeats and 100 goals during the same period before joining the club.

Looking at the current situation, the European champion is close to breaking the record number of points in the season (100 points) and the number of points at home (55 points) and beyond (32 points).

The expected match tomorrow for the team against its host Everton is the key to achieving the expected title and breaking all records we talked about.