Body-Klopping! Liverpool’s title-winning manager hilariously cuts loose with some dad-dancing in front of his players during their wild party to celebrate finally winning that elusive Premier League title
Footage has emerged of joyous Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp performing a hilarious dance routine for his players as they celebrated winning the Premier League title.
The German finally managed to end Liverpool’s 30-year wait to be crowned champions of England with Chelsea’s win over Manchester City on Thursday the deciding blow for the Reds.
Liverpool’s players gathered to watch the action unfold from Stamford Bridge at the Formby Hall Golf Resort and Spa and then stayed at the venue to celebrate well into the early hours of Friday morning.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp delighted his players with some dad dancing at their title party
The German manager took centre stage on the dance floor as his players cheered him on
Dancing to club classic ‘Hotel Room Service’ by American star Pitbull, Klopp cut loose
Klopp, known how his willingness to get stuck into the celebrations, was ecstatic and showed just how happy he was to finally cut loose on the dance floor.
Footage shows the manager being encouraged by his players to take centre stage as they stood back and let him real off some moves.
Dancing to club classic ‘Hotel Room Service’ by American star Pitbull, Klopp goes on to show off his best moves while the likes of Alisson and Virgil van Dijk cheer him on.
Klopp was then pictured arriving back at his home in Formby on Friday morning, smiling for the cameras as he drove into his driveway.
Andy Robertson posted another video of the celebrations on Friday morning, joking ‘I only came down for breakfast’ with the majority of the squad still partying in the footage, which was captured hours before.
Klopp was pictured arriving back at his home in Formby in his car early on Friday morning
Manchester City’s defeat to Chelsea confirmed the Reds’ long wait was over as they sealed their 19th league title and first since the 1989/90 season.
Liverpool are now 23 points clear of closest challengers City with seven matches to go after racking up 28 wins, two draws and only one defeat from their 31 matches so far this campaign.
With the squad all wearing their famous red home shirt with ‘Champions 2020’ written on the back, stars such as Van Dijk, Mo Salah and Robertson partied long into the night.
In joyous scenes shared by Trent Alexander-Arnold and the rest of the players on social media, fans were given an insight into how the players toasted the biggest night of their careers
Andy Robertson shared more footage on Friday morning, including a close up of Virgl van Dijk
Robertson had joked he’d come down for breakfast to see his team-mates still going wild
Mohamed Salah (middle, front) shared a group photo with Dejan Lovren (left), Firmino, Alisson Becker and Fabinho (right) as the players partied into the early hours of Friday morning
Joe Gomez and Georginio Wijnaldum savour their moment of glory arm-in-arm
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain laps it all up with arms outstretched as he stands in a soaked shirt
Klopp’s dance-floor antics came just hours after he fought back tears during an emotional interview.
The former Dortmund boss was overcome with emotion and said: ‘We had to convince people and that is what we did together. It is a big moment. I am completely overwhelmed. I had no idea it would feel like this.
‘It’s for you. It is incredible. Celebrate it at home or in front of your house. It is a joy.
‘My coaching staff, I could not be more proud of what a lot of people in Liverpool did. It has been a very exciting ride since the first day. We enjoy this moment. It is the best thing I can imagine. It is more than I could dream.
‘We are in a bubble. I know it is difficult out there for a lot of people. These moments are unforgettable. We will create pictures in the parade for all of our supporters when we can celebrate in a proper manner.
‘It is a mix of the history you created, we are compared with that. We had to write our own story. We have a wonderful mix of players, all winners. It is so incredibly difficult in this competition but consistency drives us.’