Ranking 4 of Jurgen Klopp's most memorable Premier League wins

Klopp has guided the Reds to some massive wins in the league.

As we are in the final days of the Jurgen Klopp era, it is a fitting time to take a trip down memory lane, as we are all bound to do on several occasions over the next few weeks.

In today's piece, I am going to be ranking four of Klopp's best and most memorable wins in the Premier League as the Liverpool manager. This will take into account the significance of the match, the environment, quality on display and some personal add-ons I am allowed to throw in, because well, I'm writing this.

Without wasting anymore time, let's dive right in!

4. Dec. 16, 2019 - Liverpool 4 Leicester 0 - King Power Stadium

We start the rankings list with Liverpool in the midst of their trophy laden run under Klopp. The Reds had just secured a Club World Cup before returning home to face their nearest challengers in the Premier League at the time, Leicester City.

Not only was there no signs of rust or fatigue from Liverpool, they utterly dismantled the Foxes and made this a Boxing Day beatdown.

Trent Alexander-Arnold would have one of his best games as a Liverpool player as he created two goals and scored another. This win pushed Liverpool's lead to 13 points in the League as they would go on and run away with the title.

This very well might have been peak Liverpool under Klopp as nobody could touch them when they were on like this day.

3. Oct. 24, 2021 - Liverpool 5 Manchester United 0 - Old Trafford

Some of you might be surprised to not see 7-0 here, but while that was an amazing day and will live forever, it came at home in the comforts of Anfield.

There was something special about going to Old Trafford and absolutely walloping the Red Devils. Naby Keita and Diogo Jota had Liverpool up 2 inside a quarter of an hour. It was one-way traffic from there.

United could barely get out of their own half for much of this one as Liverpool's pressing had them beyond rattled and it was men amongst boys on the day.

Mohamed Salah would add a sublime hat-trick of his own to stamp his authority on proceedings. If you ever are having a bad day, watch this match in full or the highlights and it will give you great joy.

This run of games was probably the best we ever saw of Keita in a Liverpool shirt as he looked like the star we had been expecting. His performance does give "What if?" vibes.

2. Jan. 14, 2018 - Liverpool 4 Manchester City 3 - Anfield

Whenever these two have clashed under the guidance of Klopp and Pep, it has been can't-miss action.

The levels they reached and their ability to push each other to maximize their efforts and skills on the day was something to behold. On this day, it was chaotic beauty. City dominated the ball with a whopping 65%, however, the Reds were ruthless with their chances and made every second count.

Following Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Leroy Sane having their goals canceled out in the first half, things really got rolling after halftime.

A ten-minute explosion from Liverpool saw goals from Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane and Salah that sent the Reds faithful into rapture. To their credit, City did not waver as they kept battling and bagged two late goals to make things tense for the final minutes.

In the end, it would be Klopp's men celebrating a huge win over their title rivals.

1. Jan. 23, 2016 - Liverpool 5 Norwich 4 - Carrow Road

There is a theme here, as now three of the games on this list took place away from Anfield. This one took place during Klopp's first season in charge.

He was still working with a squad that did not boast the world class talent we have become accustomed too these days. This match was absolute madness from start to finish and it still gives me goosebumps.

Liverpool took the lead, Norwich leveled and took their own lead at 3-1. A minute after the Canaries got their third we fought back and scored through Jordan Henderson.

The fightback would continue as finally, a James Milner goal put the Reds ahead 4-3 after 75 minutes. A 92nd minute goal from Norwich had the world thinking this would end in a draw, but then Adam Lallana thumped home a 95th minute winner before losing his shirt and mind in the celebrations.

This game is probably one of the first instances of Klopp laying the foundation for his "Mentality Monsters" at the club. The "never say die" attitude would go from here to reach otherworldly heights over the next 8 years.