Jurgen Klopp celebrates 300th victory as Liverpool boss after Reds beat Brighton

Jurgen Klopp brings up 300th win as Reds boss

Jurgen Klopp celebrates 300th victory as Liverpool boss after Reds beat Brighton

Jurgen Klopp has reached another significant milestone in his Liverpool career after yesterday's victory over Brighton saw him record his 300th victory as Reds boss.

Liverpool and its fans had plenty of reasons to celebrate on Sunday, after the Reds defeated Brighton at Anfield, before title rivals Arsenal and Man City played out a goalless draw at the Etihad Stadium.

For Jurgen Klopp, there was an extra reason to celebrate, as the charismatic German recorded his 300th victory as Red's manager.  In doing so, he became only the fourth Liverpool manager to reach the milestone, following in the footsteps of Tom Watson, Bill Shankly, and Bob Paisley.

Klopp also has the second-best win percentage of any Liverpool manager in the club's history and the best win percentage of any manager who has managed more than 100 games.

Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool Career in Numbers

Competition

Played

Won

Win %

League

325

205

63.7%

FA Cup

29

16

55.2%

League Cup

32

21

65.6%

Europe

89

55

61.8%

Other

5

3

60%

Totals

480

300

62.5%

As you can see from the table above, Klopp has managed 480 games with Liverpool, spanning eight and a half seasons, making him Liverpool's fourth longest-serving manager.

Not Surprisingly, the majority of Klopp's victories have come in the Premier League, with over 200 league wins to date, with a further 50+ victories in European competitions.

Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool victories by season

Season

PL

Europe

FAC

LC

Other

Total

2015-16

13

5

1

3

0

22

2016-17

22

0

1

4

0

27

2017-18

21

9

1

0

0

31

2018-19

30

8

0

0

0

38

2019-20

32

4

2

2

3

43

2020-21

20

6

1

1

0

28

2021-22

28

10

6

6

0

50

2022-23

19

5

1

0

1

26

2023-24

20

6

3

6

0

35

To date, Klopp's most successful season with Liverpool (in terms of victories) came in 2021-22, when the club won an astonishing 50 games.  The Reds finished the season as FA Cup and League Cup winners, finished second in the Premier League by 1 point, and lost the Champions League Final to Real Madrid.

This season, Klopp has masterminded 35 victories.  With nine games still to be played in the Premier League, as well as a maximum of five more games in the Europa League, Liverpool could finish this season with 49 victories, if they win all their remaining games.

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