Kelleher sets an incredible record that wows Klopp

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Liverpool goalkeeper Queen Kelleher set an unbelievable record that wowed Jurgen Klopp after last night’s Carabao Cup third round tie.

 Quinn Kelleher set a stunning record in Liverpool ‘s victory over Derby County in the Carabao Cup third round last night. And gave him Becoming the Reds’ first goalkeeper to win in four penalty shootouts, Jürgen Klopp responded with a “wow. After being informed of the record in his post-match press conference.

Kelleher sets an incredible record that wows Klopp

           Kelleher has set a record for three penalty shoot-out victories. The first of which came in the Reds’ Carabao Cup fourth-round win over Arsenal in 2019. Where the UFABET game ended 5-5 first. With Liverpool going 5-4 on penalties. Kelleher was also able to win on penalties in the Carabao Cup semi-finals last season when Liverpool beat Leicester City just before the neck. The Darkman will be called up again in the final at Wembley. After a tense game against Chelsea A total of 22 penalty shootouts were taken to determine the winner. Where Kelleher had to stand to defend the goal of Kepa Arrizabalaga ‘s shot. The Blues goalkeeper’s penalty shoot-out went into the stands. 

           Jürgen Klopp chooses his trusted goalkeeper which he had previously Kelleher was named the world’s best second-choice goalkeeper behind No. 1 Alisson. For Derby County’s Anfield opener last night. and can say with full confidence that. The Irish goalkeeper did not disappoint him after saving three of his five penalties after a goalless draw.

           In winning the fourth penalty shootout for Liverpool Kelleher has already broken his impressive record after making just 18 appearances for the Reds. On top of that, the goalkeeper is only 23 years old, and Klopp did not hesitate to speak up for Kelleher immediately following Wednesday’s victory. He reiterated that he believes the goalkeeper is the best number two in world football . Saved us in a unique way.” “I really like this game. The hardest thing is to put together a group of players who aren’t playing together to play against a deep defensive team.”