But the German is set to lead the Reds into new territory after an astonishing Premier League campaign, opening up a 25-point gap at the summit of the Premier League and losing just once in 45 games before the coronavirus pandemic forced the season to be temporarily suspended.
"They have actually made winning appearance simple however the fact is that it is never ever simple. The way they have worked hard in training is due to being a good manager (coach)".
"Performances like they have actually been having do not simply take place".
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The France global faced Liverpool in the group stage of Champions League last season before the Reds went on to lift their sixth European Cup.
And Mbappe, who Liverpool scouted in 2017 and who has been heavily linked with a move to Anfield in recent years, says what Liverpool have done is rare in football. Apart from this, he has helped France in winning the World Cup in 2018.
Speaking to the Daily Mirror, the young star explained why Cristiano Ronaldo and Zinedine Zidane have been such an inspiration to his career.
"Cristiano has won so much and still continues to be a victor even after so much success".
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"Always I will put PSG and the national team as my priority".
The Reds, that removed Tottenham to win the Champions League last June, ended up one factor behind Man City last period, going unbeaten in the organization from January 2019 till a February loss to Watford this period.
The French champions booked their place in the quarter finals of this season's competition before football was put on hold.
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