The German manager spoke to the press on Friday morning
Yesterday, all of Jurgen Klopp's troubles seemed so far away as Liverpool advanced to the Europa League quarter-finals with a 3-1 aggregate win over Manchester United.
After a hard day's night at Old Trafford, Klopp turned up to training this morning at Melwood to speak to the press before Liverpool avoided the yellow submarine of Villarreal and drew Borussia Dortmund.
The German will be able to get back to Dortmund for the first leg next month as he hopes his revolution on Merseyside continues to gather pace.
By turning up to the press conference in a Beatles t-shirt, Klopp showed what a day in the life of the German manager is like and how he adapted to life in England by embracing the local culture.
In the press conference, Klopp revealed that he wanted to avoid Dortmund and he should have known better to tempt fate ahead of the draw.
The German manager has used some young blood in the squad since arriving last year. He may need to hold some player's hands as they enter the cauldron of Westfalenstadion next month.
Dortmund remain favourites for the tournament but Klopp hopes the Germans will slow down in the coming weeks ahead of the tie with Liverpool.
The boss shows his love for The Beatles... https://t.co/XjP2SCDmI2— Liverpool FC (@LFC) March 18, 2016