Marcelo Had A Very Cheeky Reaction When Sergio Ramos Mocked Jurgen Klopp's Record In Finals
Sergio Ramos continued his long-running feud with Jurgen Klopp yesterday by mocking the German for his record in finals - and his teammate Marcelo, sat next to him, couldn't help but chuckle.
In his last six finals, Klopp has lost all of them - the latest being the 3-1 defeat in the Champions League final against 13-time champions Real Madrid.
Prior to that he lost the 2013 Champions League final, where his Borussia Dortmund side lost 2-1 to Bayern Munich; then in 2014 DFB-Pokal Final Borussia lost 2-0 to Bayern once again; in the 2015 DFB-Pokal Final, Dortmund side were favourites but lost 3-1 to Wolfsburg.
(Watch Marcelo's reaction at the very end of the clip)
And with Liverpool, he lost the 2016 Capital One Cup to Manchester City on penalties; and the 2016 UEFA Europa League to Sevilla courtesy of a 3-1 defeat a few months later.
Klopp has regularly had a pop at Ramos for his altercation with Mo Salah which left the Egyptian with a dislocated shoulder and forced him off the pitch in the first half of the 3-1 defeat, and the Real Madrid skipper has responded.
And though he revealed he voted for the Liverpool manager as Coach of the Year, he ridiculed his final failures whilst his colleague Marcelo reacted cheekily.
LOL. Marcelo's face after hearing what Ramos had to say to Klopp. pic.twitter.com/OadkCeS0PY- Lucas Navarrete (@LucasNavarreteM) August 14, 2018
Ramos: "Klopp was one of the best coaches of the season and I voted for him. Maybe that will keep him quiet for a little bit" pic.twitter.com/7zgtBJ6jvo- B/R Football (@brfootball) August 14, 2018
He said in the pre-Super Cup press conference: "I have given my opinion on the matter. I have no intention of hurting a player deliberately.
"He will be wanting to explain not winning the final, but it's not the first that he has lost. Some of us have been operating at a very high level for many years - not sure he can say the same. Let Klopp worry about his own players."
We're all hoping this will be over soon but the reality is it's just going to keep going on, isn't it?
Klopp will most likely hit back at the Spaniard in his next press conference and it will just continue before the pair eventually settle their differences in a Hell in a Cell match.