Jurgen Klopp lost his cool at a pitch invader during Liverpool’s memorable win against Manchester United on Sunday, March 5 as the Reds fan slid and seemed to injure Andrew Robertson while celebrating their seventh goal.
The Reds smashed their biggest rivals 7-0 at Anfield. Mohamed Salah scored twice, Cody Gakpo scored a brace, Darwin Nunez scored two goals, and Roberto Firmino capped off the record-setting rout with a goal.
During a merciless performance against their fiercest rivals, the Scotland hero looked to be involved in a collision with a spectator as Roberto Firmino scored.
After a strong first half, Klopp’s men scored six times in the second to end United’s fragile title chances at their fierce opponents’ home stadium.
But, the German manager was enraged and could not control his anger as the supporter looked across at him sheepishly.
The German coach let the pitch invader have it upon being escorted off the field after seemingly injuring one of the world’s best fullbacks.
While the Liverpool players rejoiced around him, security soon apprehended the fan and took him to the ground.
Although the linesman restrained the fan, Jurgen Klopp could be seen yelling at him from the sidelines as he was led off the field.
Robertson seemed fine in the last minutes, but Klopp’s wrath was unyielding on a day when the Reds grabbed their biggest win of the season and moved closer to a Champions League berth.
The Scot had a great game overall, assisting on Gakpo’s first goal just before halftime and handling right winger Antony with aplomb.
At halftime, Liverpool led 1-0 thanks to the Dutchman’s goal, despite an otherwise equal first half at Anfield.
Nevertheless, immediately after halftime, Nunez surprised Manchester United with a bullet header that set the tone for the second half.
Shortly after, Gakpo scored past David de Gea, and Salah added another in the 66th minute to completely obliterate Erik ten Hag’s lackluster squad.
United continued to crumble as Nunez and Salah scored again, taking advantage of good opportunities, and Firmino scored in stoppage time.
Liverpool moved over Newcastle United and are now only three points behind fourth-place Tottenham (45 points), who are in the Champions League spot.
United, meanwhile, has effectively given up hope of catching league leaders Arsenal, since they are already 14 points behind them.
United suffered their worst Premier League defeat ever in 92 years at the hands of Liverpool, who came out on top in a thrilling match.
After a recent advancement, Liverpool are currently only three points away from the Champions League places, therefore, the victory was a really memorable day for them.
Liverpool will travel to Bournemouth this coming Saturday at lunchtime before facing the daunting job of trying to salvage a round of 16 matchups with Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu.
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