May 23, 2024

Jurgen Klopp told to ‘grow up’ after awkward death stares during Spurs’ game

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Jurgen Klopp told to ‘grow up’ after awkward death stares during Tottenham Spurs’ game warm-up at Anfield.

Jurgen Klopp has been chastised for giving Tottenham Hotspur players the death gaze as they warmed up for their Premier League match against Liverpool at Anfield.

Jurgen Klopp has also been told to ‘grow up’ after giving Tottenham death looks.

The Liverpool boss was seen on camera giving Antonio Conte’s team the evil eye as they warmed up at Anfield ahead of their Premier League match.

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Jurgen Klopp told to ‘grow up’ after awkward stares

But the death stare has been mocked by social media, with some even telling the coach to ‘grow up.’ One wrote in response to the video tweeted by Sky Sports: “Oooo look at me I watch the other team warm-up for the cameras, grow up.”

Another said: “His new act for the cameras.” A third stated: “Jurgen can’t believe his eyes watching Emerson warm up.” While a fourth said: “EVERYTHING Klopp does is for the cameras.”

With Manchester City in first place in the league and the Reds just a point behind, they are doing everything to leapfrog the side during the final stages of the season. And that almost definitely means that they will have to win all of their remaining games.

But unlike the Citizens, Liverpool do have a Champions League final to look forward to later this month. Klopp and his men will go up against Real Madrid at the Stade de France on May 28.

Meanwhile, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp appeared to hit out at Tottenham’s ‘game plan’ after the Lilywhites battled their way to a crucial draw at Anfield. 

A point apiece simultaneously boosted Spurs’ hopes of clinching the fourth spot and dented the Reds’ aspirations to pip Manchester City to the Premier League title. 

After the final whistle, Klopp told BT Sport: “The dressing room is not flying in this moment. But come on, something like this can always happen. There are other games to play, we just have to keep going.


“I wish we could have won this game, but with all the praise for Tottenham – they sit back. They drew against us and got results against Man City and Chelsea. The game plan works for these games but they are still fifth. Time wasting, these kind of things, it makes it easier for them. We wanted three points, that’s not so cool.”

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