Jurgen Klopp was very upset with West Brom after Liverpool secured a late equaliser against Tony Pulis' men at Anfield on Sunday evening.
After saluting The Kop with his players on the pitch, Klopp was called over his for media obligations and was less than impressed with a question regarding a spat between himself and the West Brom coaching staff on the sidelines, so he walked off.
However, upon hearing that he interviewer had another question, he returned smiling and apologised, provoking a chuckle from those in attendance in classic Klopp style.
Jurgen Klopp walked off from Sky interview, then returned, post Liverpool 2 - West Brom 2
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But Klopp was very unhappy with West Brom, and snubbed a handshake with Tony Pulis at full time before explaining to the press that he was not a fan of their style of football:
We had some words in the game and sometimes it takes more than a few seconds to cool down. Usually I shake hands. It was not a friendly game.
I have no problem in football if you lose a game you have to accept it, but this game was not a game to lose, because the opponent played only long balls, only set plays.
If you can get points like this, then do it, but not here,anymore.
We have to stop this. If you want to defend then no problem, but only playing long balls is not allowed to win against us. I feel really satisfied, it was only one point, but it could be a significant point.
Tony Pulis will not be on the Jurgen Klopp Christmas Card list so.
Klopp's post-match comments are a breath of fresh air. The man speaks honestly and passionately, and the Liverpool fans are loving him because of it.
via The Guardian.