Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has matched an incredible record set by legendary former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson.
Klopp has become only the second manager to win the European Cup/Champions League, FA Cup, League Cup and the English top-flight title all with the same English club, along with Sir Alex Ferguson.
Klopp achieved the record after he guided Liverpool to FA Cup success on Saturday by beating Chelsea on penalties in the FA Cup final.
Klopp won the Champions League in 2018/19, the Premier League title a year later, and has now picked up both domestic cups this season.
As Manchester United fans, we hope new boss Erik ten Hag will have the same impact at Manchester United.
Meanwhile, Klopp has previously admitted he held talks with Manchester United about replacing Ferguson following his retirement in 2013.
Klopp said: “We spoke. We spoke not a lot but, for me, it was a lot. It was a big honour, the whole talk, to be honest. But I could not leave Dortmund.
“You are in April and you are in the middle of the planning for next season. You have this player and this player who are coming but then you are not there anymore? That doesn’t work. Not in my life.”