Irish fans continue to be awesome, serenade Jurgen Klopp doppelganger on train
The Irish fans are back at it, stealing all our hearts through the power of song.
You may remember that the Irish won over soccer fans and, well, the entire internet this summer during the European Championship. There wasn't any occasion that didn't deserve a song, whether it was singing to a baby on a train, French women, the police, random people on balconies, even nuns. They were also pretty good guests in France, cleaning up after themselves and singing their way through it.
So when Ireland played in Austria over the weekend, they were of course gracious guests, even when they ran into Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp on a train:
Fine, no, that isn't the real Jurgen Klopp – it's just a guy who happens to look like Klopp. The resemblance is uncanny – whoever this innocent train-rider in Vienna is, he's got the height, glasses and stubble to pass for the Liverpool manager.
The Klopp doppelganger seems to find the song hilarious and the Irish supporters seem to be having a ball too. It's a win-win and the Irish fans continue to be the best.
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Irish fans serenading the actual, real-life Jurgen Klopp on a train in Vienna pic.twitter.com/cEskAoNktA
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