Liverpool fans have been laughing at Jurgen Klopp after his reaction to Monterrey manager Antonio Mohamed and his antics during their 2-1 victory in Qatar on Wednesday.
Which should be more important?
Club World Cup
The Reds advanced to the final of the Club World Cup after overcoming their Mexican opponents, with goals from Naby Keita and a 91st-minute winner from substitute Roberto Firmino.
Despite the victory, Jurgen Klopp’s side were unable to put the sword to Monterrey and only had the lead momentarily in the first half before they conceded an equaliser from Funes Mori, the brother of former Everton defender Ramiro.
Twitter saw the funny side after an incident between both managers in the second half.
— TheKop.com (@TheKop_com) December 18, 2019
The German tactician was incensed when Mohamed was waving an imaginary yellow card, pleading for Joe Gomez to be booked. Klopp reacted and was photographed mocking the manager’s gesture.
Supporters were in hysterics about Klopp’s reaction and made their feelings clear on social media. One fan said that he feels lucky to have the former Mainz defender at the club.
Here you will find some of the best comments from Liverpool fans:
— Johnthefitz (@Johnthefitz1) December 18, 2019
@sas4674 my manager 😍
— Samuel64 (@Giftson64) December 19, 2019
The whole Monterrey team was sadly led by the attitude of their skinny-jeans-wearing, pseudo-hipster coach who dared to ask for a card every time Gallardo flopped. #BadBalanceIsNotLFCFault #BadRefsCreateBadReactions #LFCNeverGivesUp #GoAgainLads #FantasticFirmino pic.twitter.com/W9O0AcrPwT
— daniele burich (@106degrees) December 19, 2019
ROFL!!! The way he made a face at Antonio Mohamed…. Epic from Klopp!!!
— Dick (@boyinsiam) December 19, 2019
Yellow card ❤️
— SlyFox (@SlyFoxSallie) December 19, 2019
omg he deserved that😄😄😄
— LFC🌟x6 (@yashar_zeinal) December 19, 2019
We’re so lucky to have Klopp
— Leighton Fisher (@Leights180) December 18, 2019
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