In the Merseyside derby at Anfield between Liverpool and Everton, a verbal match was created by Klopp and the visitors BHL.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and Everton assistant Duncan Ferguson had a brief but heated argument during the first half of the Merseyside derby.
When The Reds demanded a penalty at Anfield for a handball in the Everton penalty area, Klopp reached the Everton training bench, as assistant Duncan Ferguson was laughing.
According to journalist Julien Laurens, Klopp turned towards the area of Everton and his assistant Duncan Ferguson and shouted: “Why are you laughing?”
According to Laurens’ account, Ferguson responded: “We are not allowed to talk, only you can speak, Jurgen?”
Then, the old general Seamus Coleman who was nearby stepped in to intervene. The penalty was not awarded to Liverpool, on the contrary, Klopp’s team received a penalty in the 83rd minute.
Sigurdsson was successful on the 11-meter mark, making the score 2-0 and ending Liverpool’s hopes of scoring, sending the team down to sixth place in the Premier League.
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Video of the goal MU 3-2 Liverpool. Source: FPT Television