Jurgen Klopp gave warning as he surprisingly asks Liverpool fans to stop singing during matches at Anfield on Sunday.
Reds were saved from embarrassment as Diego Jota scored a late-winner to earn his team all important three points. Klopp’s side were 3:0 up inside 15 minutes but Spurs made a terrific comeback in the second-half as Richarlison scored in the 93rd minute to make it 3:3. But Jota scored the winner at 94th minute to seal the deal.
Despite the win, Klopp was infuriated with a chant the Liverpool fans were singing during the match. He asked them to stop singing it until the final whistle or when the match is nearly over. The manager said after the game :-
“I have to say now, I love all of them but my song, don’t sing it!.
“If you want to sing it, sing it after the game in the bars, wherever.
“Because it is always like it is closing the game. We are 3-0 up and I hear ‘I’m so glad that Jurgen is a Red’. It is not over!
“It would be really nice if you could leave it for later and now it’s like 4-3, everyone is happy and we had in the final part of the game, the atmosphere was like an explosion that no one will forget that game ever. Let’s keep going.”
“I’m so Glad (That Jurgen is a Red),’ sung to the tune of The Beatles’ ‘I Feel Fine’, became a fan favourite amongst Liverpool fans last season as the Merseyside club pushed for an unprecedented quadruple, and has remained a constant at matches ever since.
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