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David Moyes' comments towards Jurgen Klopp after Liverpool draw have left everyone in stitches

David Moyes' comments towards Jurgen Klopp after Liverpool draw have left everyone in stitches

West Ham drew 2-2 with Liverpool at the London Stadium in the early Saturday kick-off.

West Ham manager David Moyes spoke about Jurgen Klopp after his side's draw with Liverpool - and his comments have left fans in stitches.

The Hammers scored a late equaliser at the London Stadium to secure a 2-2 draw and keep their fading European qualification hopes alive.

Most of the focus post-match, though, was on a touchline row between Klopp and Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah - with both manager and player subsequently having their say on the incident.

The match did, of course, represent Klopp's last visit to the London Stadium as the Liverpool manager, having announced his departure at the end of this season.

Moyes paid tribute to the German's accomplishments at Anfield in his pre-match programme notes, describing Klopp as 'up there with the very best' of managers in the history of English football.

The Scot again praised Klopp after the match - although in a much different style. And fans couldn't quite believe what he began with.

Moyes commented: "I'll be glad he's gone.

"F***ing too big, teeth are too bright. He's been immense for Liverpool, he's the daddy there and has been able to control a big football club.

"Hurry up and get away Jurgen!"

Moyes smiled as he delivered the remark, which was clearly tongue-in-cheek towards one of the most successful managers in Liverpool's history - with the press room descending into laughter.

And fans had their say on social media.

One fan wrote: "Lol what did I just read?"

A second agreed: "Wtf have I just read?"

Another said: "Hell nah he said this..."

And a fourth said: "Thought this was a joke page lol."

The 2-2 draw left Moyes' side one point behind seventh-placed Newcastle, who occupy the final European qualification spot ahead of the Saturday afternoon kick-offs, with the Hammers having played a game more.

Liverpool, meanwhile, could slip to five points behind league leaders Arsenal by the end of the weekend - if the Gunners defeat Tottenham in the north London derby on Sunday.

Featured Image Credit: Premier League / Getty

Topics: West Ham, Liverpool, David Moyes, Jurgen Klopp, Mohamed Salah, Premier League, Football, Fan Reactions