Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp added just a soupcon of excitable expletive to his post-match interview after watching his side blitz their way to a 4-3 win over Man City.
The Reds swarmed all over their guests as they romped to a 4-1 lead, only for Pep Guardiola’s side to begin to claw their way back before eventually being beaten by the clock.
Understandably giddy after the final whistle, Klopp couldn’t help but drop an F-bomb during a live post-match chat with the MSNBC punditry panel.
You can look at the match as a manager and say ‘we could have done this or that better’, or you can look at it as a football fan and say ‘What the f**k was that!?’
The host then apologised on Klopp’s behalf, only for the German to quip that he thought that kind of obscenity was okay on American television.
Here’s the magic moment in all it’s glory…
Klopp just gave the best 30 seconds of post match interview I’ve ever seen. Complete with f-bomb on live tv.
— Zecharias Mengis (@TheMengisKhan) January 14, 2018
Considering the pulsating nature of the match that preceded it, we’d argue that Klopp’s reaction was actually rather restrained.