Liverpool’s manager Jurgen Klopp is well known for his crazy touchline antics and zany personality but the German has taken his fun-o metre to the next level by performing the famous Sturridge dance.
The wriggly arm movement was made famous by striker Daniel Sturridge who performs the dance to celebrate whenever he scores a goal.
The fun dance is so popular that Sturridge even sells merchandise featuring images of him performing the arm movements.
And now the Sturridge as fans call it has been given the Klopp effect.
While on their pre-season tour in America Liverpool invited a group of young Liverpool fans to come watch an open training session and it was at this session that they were treated to a spot of dancing from Jurgen.
When asked by a 10-year-old fan if he would perform the dance, Jurgen Klopp happily obliged, although we’re not quite sure he got the movements exactly right but it was still a great try.
You can watch Klopp’s fun attempt below:
And here is how the man himself performs the famous dance routine.
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