Dejan Lovren: 'Jurgen Klopp is proud of me'
- Croatia and Liverpool defender appreciates Reds boss for the support he's given to him
- Lovren has also expressed his deepest regret to his Liverpool's team-mate Jordan Henderson that his team couldn't secure the World Cup final
"He’s proud of me and what I’ve achieved. He knows what I went through. He’s a good man. Even in tough times, he was always backing me up. I appreciated that.
"I am a little bit disappointed for my team-mate (Henderson) because he also deserved to be in the final. I wish we could both be in the final for that game but there is only one winner."
Croatia have surpassed England in the semi-final, by beating 2-1, and reached the World Cup for the first time in their history. They take on France on Sunday.
Dejan Lovren is set to become only the 5th Liverpool player in the history of the club to feature in a World Cup Final after: Roger Hunt, Dietmar Hamann, Dirk Kuyt & Fernando Torres! #LFC— Carl Clemente (@clemente_carl) July 11, 2018