Liverpool Manager Jurgen Klopp Brilliantly Reacts To Andy Robertson's Slip Against Chelsea
Jurgen Klopp's brilliant reaction to Andy Robertson slipping sums up the Liverpool boss.
Steven Gerrard's infamous slip during Liverpool vs. Chelsea back in 2014 was brought up ahead of Sunday's Premier League fixture.
But Liverpool had the last laugh as they secured an important 2-0 victory over Chelsea. Goals from Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah move the Reds back to the summit of the league table.
Mane opened the scoring with Salah doubling his side's advantage in glorious fashion.
One of the other main talking points from the game was Robertson's slip in the second-half.
The Scottish left-back tumbled to the ground with Liverpool fans fearing the worst. Chelsea's attack, though, came to nothing with Klopp responding by fist-pumping to the crowd and just basically going mad on the touchline in great scenes.
Liverpool fans loved his reaction.
Robertson slipped, Chelsea fans whistled. Klopp responds with a fist pump and Anfield roars with support. My manager, My club!! :red_circle::heart: #LIVCHE #YNWA #ComeonMightyReds pic.twitter.com/k9ww3uK5az
- Rahman Abdul Latif (@aralgee) April 14, 2019
Loved the way Klopp interacted with the crowd after Robertson slipped, I'm so happy :)
- A.D (@AnilDLFC) April 14, 2019
Klopp not letting the Kop get anxious after the Robertson slip has summed up the kind of mentality he has instilled in this club.
- FAS (@fahadlfcshah) April 14, 2019
Robertson slipped, Chelsea fans whistled. Klopp responds with a fist pump and Anfield roars with support. My manager:red_circle::heart:
- An (@AnfieldAn) April 14, 2019
Klopp laughing his head off after #LFC get away with Robertson's slip in a dangerous area. A goal there really would have been a bit much.
- David Lynch (@LynchStandard) April 14, 2019
Meanwhile, Liverpool have returned to the top of the table with just four league games left of the season.
Manchester City, on the other hand, have a game in hand over Liverpool as the run-in for the title hots up.
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