Liverpool's Sadio Mane celebrates scoring their fourth goal with manager Juergen Klopp, Adam Lallana, Dejan Lovren and teammates.
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It's a year since Juergen Klopp breezed into English football as the new manager of Liverpool, and the bespectacled, fun-loving German has established himself as the most charismatic coach in the Premier League.That start to the season compares favorably to that of Manchester United, who visit Anfield Monday for what traditionally is the biggest game on the English calendar between the two most decorated teams in the country.United are three points behind Liverpool in seventh place, despite having had easier-looking fixtures.It's in this regard that Liverpool is way ahead of United, which is still searching for an identity in the early months of Mourinho's reign. Mourinho has repeatedly said it would take time for the methods of his predecessor, Louis van Gaal, to be completely erased. After winning their first three games, United won only one of their next four.
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