WATCH: In case you missed it, Jurgen Klopp impressed on MNF last night

Sky’s Live Monday Night Football proved a popular viewing choice last night, despite the match on offer being a low-profile meeting between Burnley and Watford.

The main draw for the show? Special guest Jurgen Klopp.

The Liverpool manager joined Anfield favourite Jamie Carragher for an hour of analysis before the match.

The Sky team had a bit of fun with the likeable German, showing clips from his playing career.

But there was also plenty of serious analysis, and viewers loved it.

Viewers also enjoyed the camaraderie and craic between Klopp and a fairly star-struck Carragher.

Any chance of him becoming a regular?

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