The Reds ran out 2-0 winners over a stubborn Sunderland side, who made the hosts really work for their three points.
In fact, it took Liverpool until the 75th minute to open the scoring though substitute Divock Origi’s sublime solo strike.
But before that goal went in, there was a nervous atmosphere building around the stadium – particularly after Philippe Coutinho went off with a nasty looking injury – and this led to some supporters booing and jeering mistakes from players in their own team.
As you can imagine, Klopp really didn’t like that:
— Richard Buxton (@RichardBuxton_) November 26, 2016
When does the team need the fans the most? Through the struggles. Klopp knows. Klopp acts. https://t.co/sSbRBoibml
— Viktor Fagerström (@ViktorFagerLFC) November 26, 2016
Regardless of the team you support, it’s really difficult not to love Jurgen Klopp, eh?
What do you think of his actions? And how far can Liverpool go this season?
Let us know in the comments section below…
In this week’s show, Daniel is back and joined by website contributor Connor Boylan as they look back on Celtic v Barcelona, a big weekend in Scotland and preview the League Cup final at Hampden:
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