FIFA 20 simulates a team of Pep Guardiolas vs. a team of Jurgen Klopps

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Pep Guardiola or Jurgen Klopp?

Which of them is the greatest manager in the world right now?

A lot of football fans would agree that these two are the best in the business right now and have been for the past few years.

Guardiola has enjoyed a magnificent career in management and has done an excellent job at Manchester City since taking the reins at the Etihad Stadium in 2016.

Klopp, meanwhile, has worked miracles at Liverpool over the past four years, helping the Merseyside outfit become European champions for the sixth time last season.

There’s no doubt that Guardiola was the better footballer back in the day - but what happens if you put a team full of Peps against a team full of Klopps on FIFA 20?

Bleacher Report conducted this rather unusual experiment and posted the results on their Twitter account.

Tiki-taka versus heavy metal football? Which style of play will prevail…?

First of all, we love the fact Klopp still has his glasses on while he’s playing. That is superb.

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Now for the action…

The Guardiolas have a brilliant chance to take the lead in the 10th minute but are thwarted by a top save from goalkeeper Klopp.

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Goalkeeper Klopp then pulls off another great save from close-range to keep the scores level at 0-0.

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The deadlock remains unbroken until the 88th minute, when Klopp No. 11 breaks the deadlock with a fine right-footed strike.

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And no further goals are scored, meaning the Klopps are the winners!

Watch the match in full here...

In truth, if this was an actual match (in some weird parallel universe), it would be hard to look past the Guardiolas.

The former midfielder was a class act who spent most of his career at Barcelona and played 47 times for Spain.

Klopp’s playing career wasn’t quite as impressive, although it wasn’t bad.

He spent most of his career with Mainz, scoring 56 goals in 340 games, but never managed to play for his country.

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