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    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp left raging after Sevilla confrontation


    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was left extremely angry at the full-time after a confrontation that seen Sevilla manager Eduardo Berizzo sent to the stands.

    The German boss was left shouting at the Sevilla bench after the 2-2 draw, with it not exactly clear as to what riled the benches up so much.

    Though it did boil over quite visibly and Klopp’s disappointment at the end of the game really spoke volumes.

    Liverpool ended up drawing the game with Sevilla 2-2 after an interesting game, in which Anfield fans will not be happy at all.

    The Reds fell behind to a Ben Yedder goal in the first five minutes after a horrendous blunder from Dejan Lovren.

    The defender missed a horrendous clearance which caught the entire Liverpool defence off guard, allowing the Frenchman to pounce.

    Mohamed Salah did bring the side level and Roberto Firmino completed the turnaround with a goal to put the Merseysiders ahead.

    Though, missed chance after missed chance made sure that Klopp’s side would never get themselves in a comfortable lead.

    Even Roberto Firmino missed the chance to put them 3-1 up after winning a penalty but his chance rebounded off the post.

    Sevilla equalise

    The sucker punch of the evening came late on in the game when Joaquin Correa scored to equalise.

    The Argentine danced through the Reds defence to make sure that Liverpool did not get a win on their return to the Champions League.

    With that in mind and a late red card for Joe Gomez, there is certainly some justification in Klopp boiling over at the end.

    You can see the video of Klopp raging at the end of the game below.

    Liverpool trolled

    To make matters worse for Liverpool fans, social media was not kind to them after the game.

    Their horrendous defensive performance was first on the agenda of all football fans looking to troll the Reds.

    You can see some of the best tweets here.

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