13 Apr Liverpool news: Jurgen Klopp and Sadio Mane scoop Premier League March awards
The Merseysiders won 10 points from 12 throughout the month to keep their title charge by using their supervisor and among his celebrity forward taking honours
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was termed Premier League Manager of the Month while Reds ahead Sadio Mane has maintained the player award.
The German picks up the award after leading his side into three wins and a draw throughout the month to keep their struggle for the Premier League title.
it’s the next time Klopp was appointed director of the month because his appointment as Anfield manager in October 2015 and the moment this year, having also won it in December.
The 51-year old overcome four other nominees into the award, together with Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola, Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl, Leicester director Brendan Rodgers along with Everton’s Marco Silva missing out.
Mane, meanwhile, is currently called Player of the Month for the second time in his career having won the award in August 2017.
The Senegal forwards scored three goals in Liverpool’s four Premier League matches throughout the month.
The former Southampton man conquer Liverpool team-partner Andy Robertson, Everton’s Seamus Coleman, Manchester City’s Bernardo Silva, Leicester’s Jamie Vardy and Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse into the award.
The conclusions were produced using a public vote together with a panel of 3 experts.
Liverpool’s month started with a goalless draw against Merseyside rivals Everton at Goodison Park.
The next weekend Roberto Firmino and Mane both scored twice since the Reds came from behind to beat Burnley 4-2 in Anfield. James Milner’s 81st-minute punishment secured a 2-1 success against Fulham at Craven Cottage seven days afterwards.
They left matters even after against Tottenham; using a 90th-minute particular goal from defender Toby Alderweireld sealing yet another dramatic 2-1 win.
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in addition to shooting 10 points from 12 league matches, Klopp’s side also conquer German giants Bayern Munich 3-1 in the Allianz Arena to advance into the Champions League quarter-finals.
The Merseysiders are now two points clear of Manchester City in the peak of the Premier League, albeit having played a match over Guardiola’s side.
Next up for Liverpool is a battle with Chelsea at Anfield on Sunday. Formerly on the exact same day, name rivals Manchester City take on Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.