Liverpool players sing ‘Happy birthday’ in 12 different languages after video surfaces only, it also includes Takumi Minamino.
Liverpool is closest to win their first Premier League title ever since the competition made its debut in 1990. On the field, the Reds have the capacity to grind out the result from any situation.
Many games which could have ended in a draw, they have managed to turn them in favour with absolute grit and determination. Thus, they enjoy a 10 points lead with a game in hand against the nearest challenging team Leicester City.
Most would look at their brilliance on the pitch as the root of their success but it also comes down to togetherness and they showed it off in a clip of the squad singing ‘Happy Birthday’ in everyone’s native tongue to celebrate Peter Krawietz’s birthday – the assistant manager to Jurgen Klopp.
The moment is from Liverpool’s first training session in the new calendar year of 2020. Apparently, it was the first training session of Minamino with Liverpool and he received a warm welcome by his new teammates.
Amidst all of this, he got to sing ‘Happy birthday’ in his native language. The player certainly adds up the diversity of the Merseyside club, as they finally have a player from the Asian continent.
Watch the video
Everyone: I wonder what Liverpool do in training to achieve such excellence during this intense season
Klopp: let’s sing happy birthday in 12 languages 🥰☺️😘😎 pic.twitter.com/k1TTzOKRj3
— mboppe (@boardmanburner) January 1, 2020
The Japanese player now needs to crack into the team but surely it will be a difficult task in the start as the Reds are completely flawless with their current playing style, but Minamino does add depth to the squad.
Last night, Liverpool played its first match of the year against Sheffield United and won the match with ease, goals by Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane helped the team add 3 points to their brilliant score tally in the table.
Liverpool is yet to be defeated in the league and with this form, it doesn’t seem that they will lose any time soon, with their biggest rival for their league Manchester City is crumbling under pressure.