Pay per head services saw that second-half goals scored by Robert Lewandowski and Marco Reus cancelled out Ivica Olic’s 34th-minute opener, leaving Klopp’s players three points clear of rivals Schalke in the battle for second place.
The victory made sure that Dortmund put an end to a difficult week on a high after they suffered a 3-0 loss in the UEFA Champions League at the hands of Real Madrid in the quarter-final first leg in the middle of the week, to the delight of many fans and price per head services.
The 46-year old told the Bundesliga’s official website: “It was a big three points today. We showed a really good mentality to win it after a Champions League game.”
Klopp was especially pleased with the contribution made by 25-year old Poland striker Lewandowski, who six minutes into the second half was ready to restore parity for the home side, and pay per head services saw a great performance by the player.
Even though for next season they confirmed a move to champions Bayern Munich, Lewandowski – a favourite with price per head services – refused to rest on his laurels and now scored 24 times this term in all competitions.
However, pay per head services can see that Klopp is confident that despite the contribution, Dortmund will find a replacement for the forward during the close-season.
He added: “Robert has developed so much, but other players can and will do that at this club.”
Price per head services found out that another player who was highly praised was Kevin Grosskreutz, who occupied several positions this season and for the first time on Saturday was fielded at left-back.
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“We ask a lot of Kevin Grosskreutz, playing in so many positions, but (he) was much better as the game went on,” Klopp added.