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VIDEO: Jurgen Klopp rattled after being sarcastically clapped by Everton ballboy – what said revealed

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp ended up getting rattled after he was sarcastically clapped by an Everton ballboy yesterday evening.

The amusing moment came after the Merseyside derby ended up being a draw which saw the Reds fail to go back to the top of the Premier League table.

As the players, officials and managers were making way for the tunnel, one Toffees ballboy was getting a cheeky telling off by Klopp, who slowly departed as security got nearer.

Watch the moment for yourself in the video below…

The father of the ballboy confirmed what his son did and said to him, he wrote in a tweet: “He most certainly did. That’s my boy”.

He then said that is was: “just a bit of banter between Charlie and Klopp at the end.

“No threats by Klopp or Charlie.

“All good natured – what the Derby is all about.

“Charlie just asked him what he thought about the World Cup final…”

Talking to Sky Sports, Klopp blamed the wind for the result, like he has done for numerous matches in the past, he said: Klopp said: “A difficult game, opponent, and the weather circumstances didn’t help for football in general. It was just a fight. We were ready for that today and now we have a point more than before – all good.

“The wind does not help and there was a lot today. We had five or six big chances but Jordan Pickford or a defender was in between.

“I don’t think they had a real chance. Not perfect, but good enough. Getting a point from Everton is always a success because it is our most difficult away game of the season.


As well as being spotted by the viewer who video recorded the moment, it was also uploaded by Soccer AM which got a huge amount of reaction,both videos combined had 2 million views as well as tens of thousands of likes – check out what social media users had to say on the next page.


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