Jurgen Klopp dedicates Liverpool's FA Cup final shootout win to neuroscience company

Jurgen Klopp dedicates Liverpool's FA Cup final shootout win to neuroscience company

| | Jurgen Klopp dedicated Liverpool's FA Cup win to the neuroscience company that has helped the club improve their penalty shootout record. The Reds won Saturday's Wembley showpiece against Chelsea 6-5 on spot-kicks after 120 goalless minutes as Kostas Tsimikas struck the winning penalty. - Ogden: Can Liverpool shake off fatigue to win two more trophies this season? - Klopp: Salah, Van Dijk injuries 'kind of OK' - ESPN+ viewers' guide: Stream LIVE games, replays, more (U.S.) Liverpool beat Chelsea by the same method in February's Carabao Cup Final and Klopp claimed he owes the success to neuro11, a firm based in Germany and co-founded by Dr Niklas Hausler and Patrick Hantschke, which monitors brain activity to optimise player performance. "We work together with a company, four guys, their …
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