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Jurgen Klopp and Jordon Ibe have a Liverpool bromance going on

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Like any good father, Jurgen Klopp will maintain that he loves all of his Liverpool players equally, but we all know the German has a certain affinity to one Reds star in particular.

Jordon Ibe, who has been the standout performer in Klopp's short Anfield reign, took his game to the next level against Rubin Kazan, scoring the winning goal and putting in a man of the match display.

According to Twitter, Liverpool fans were delighted to see Ibe shrug off the poor form he suffered under Brendan Rodgers, but no one was happier than the former Borussia Dortmund manager.

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Upon the full-time whistle, confirming Liverpool's first away win in Europe since 2012, Klopp made a beeline for the 19-year-old, screaming "Ibee" as he approached him. Adorable.

Ibe would have been fearing another one of Klopp's trademark slaps, but he got away with a bearhug and a kind of push in the head.

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If you haven't seen Klopp's slap on Ibe after Liverpool's game against Tottenham Hotspur, then where have you been? Never mind, just watch the video below.

As for Ibe's performance in the Europa League, fans have been going crazy on Twitter ever since his second-half strike went in. Take a look at some of the best.

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