"I Don't Like That," - Klopp On Lampard's Comments After Quarrel During Chelsea, Liverpool Match
There was a dispute between Chelsea boss Frank Lampard and Liverpool bench led by Jurgen Klopp after a free-kick was given away by Mateo Kovacic, leading to Trent Alexander-Arnold scoring the second goal in the 5-3 Chelsea defeat.
Lampard can be heard telling Liverpool assistant boss Pepijn Lijnders to ‘sit down’ and stating that the tackle was ‘not a foul’.
Lampard could be heard that it was not a foul while Klopp told him to calm down. Replays showed that Kovacic clearly got the ball from Sadio Mane, however, Andre Marriner gave the free-kick and it cost the Blues dearly.
After the match, Lampard commented on the incident warning Liverpool to not become arrogant. Responding to Lampard’s comments, Klopp said:
We are not arrogant. We are pretty much the opposite. Frank was in a competitive mood, I respect that a lot. For me, after the game, it’s over. What Frank has to learn is to finish it with the last whistle, he didn’t do that. I don’t like that.
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