Date Posted: Friday 4 October 2019 2:28
Jurgen Klopp was surprised by Salzburg coach Jesse Marsch's part-time conversation during the German squad 4-3 Champions League loss to Liverpool.
Salzburg arrived from three goals to equalize after the break before Mohamed Salah scored the Liverpool winner.
It was a brilliant reaction from the Austrian side at Anfield and the video provided a glimpse of their dressing room at halftime, but Klopp can't believe it was filmed in the first place.
He said: “If LFC asked me in this situation, I would leave the club! That's the truth. That's all I have to say about it.
In the video, Marsch told Salzburg players that they were showing a lot of respect to the Champions League winners.
“How many fouls do we have? How many? Maybe two? Marsch has begun. “This is not pleasant at all! This is a Champions League game! We need to accelerate. There is a lot of respect for the opponent. Much respect for the opponent!
"This goes for when we have the ball, when we don't have the ball and for fouls." Much respect!
"Are they good? Yes, they are good. But we are playing very well, just with a little pressure here and there … There is no real fight or fight. They have to feel, guys. They need to know that we are here to compete.