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Conor Bradley almost dropped X-rated clanger on live TV after Ben Chilwell incident in Carabao Cup final

Conor Bradley almost dropped X-rated clanger on live TV after Ben Chilwell incident in Carabao Cup final

Conor Bradley starred as Liverpool beat Chelsea to lift the Carabao Cup.

Liverpool star Conor Bradley nearly dropped an X-rated clanger after the final of the Carabao Cup.

On Sunday, the first major trophy of the season was given out as Liverpool beat Chelsea in the Carabao Cup final at Wembley.

Despite a long list of injuries and having to reply on a few young players, Jurgen Klopp’s team managed to sting Chelsea right at the death as captain Virgil van Dijk headed Kostas Tsimikas’ corner into the back of the net in the 118th minute.

Liverpool held on to win their first piece of silverware in what is going to be Klopp’s final season in charge of the Anfield club.

Speaking after the match, young full-back Bradley appeared to nearly swear whilst being interviewed by LFC TV.

The Northern Irishman said: “Virg, the two headers that he did score were brilliant, Ibou(Konate) as well he’s so good at the back, it’s so nice as a right back to have them behind you and it’s comforting for you.”

During the first half, Bradley was involved in a heated confrontation with Chelsea captain Ben Chilwell, with the pair having to be separated.

After the match, the young Reds star appeared to mock Chilwell with his Instagram post.

Speaking to Sky Sports after the match, Bradley added: “I don’t think I can actually put it into words. It’s an incredible feeling and obviously I’ve supported this club since I was about five years old so to now win a trophy with them at Wembley, it’s special and I’m just buzzing.

“Thankfully I wasn’t on at the end because I don’t know if I could have kept my composure! The boys did brilliant and especially the young ones that came on, they showed real heart and they always wanted the ball and they always wanted to make something happen. So, full credit to the boys.”

Liverpool will be back in action on Wednesday when they take on Championship side Southampton at Anfield in the FA Cup fifth round.

Featured Image Credit: Getty/LFCTV

Topics: Liverpool, Carabao Cup, Jurgen Klopp, Chelsea, Football