The bosses, Pep and Klopp had a small chat after the match

The bosses, Pep and Klopp had a small chat after the match

Jurgen Klopp appeared to tell the Man City boss Pep Guardiola that he was not happy with his wife, Ulla Sandrock who was watching the game from the stands after an incident at Old Trafford.

Last evening a thrilling match between Liverpool and Man City took place which ended in a 2-2 draw, leaving the Premier League race wide open for both the teams. The Citizens have an advantage over the Reds as they are 1 point above them.

Every kick of the football will be examined very carefully from now to the final day of the season as both the teams who are in the race have immense quality. It is going to be an exceptional title race.

For either side to win the title, they will need to be perfect till the end of the League to win the title with just 1 point separating the two sides.

Pep talk with Klopp

Yesterday, after both the top tier teams locked horns against each other, it was seen that the bosses, Pep and Klopp were talking and telling each other where their families are sitting.

When there is a match with such high risks and rewards, it is no surprise that players and the staff bring their families to the game but it seemed like the German boss could not convince, Ulla, to not sit in the stands.

When Klopp was speaking to Pep, he was asked by the Man City coach where his family was before pointing at the stands. Klopp is one of the most down-to-earth managers in the world so it comes as no surprise that he would be married to someone very much like him.

What did Klopp say?

No, I know, I told her don’t do that because against United she was in the crowd and got an elbow, and now, she wanted to go there.

Said Klopp.

Meanwhile, the Reds and the Sky Blues will be locking horns again after a week in a FA Cup semi-final clash. It will be interesting to see who gets the better off their opponent in the knockout tie. As cancelling each other out with a draw won’t be an option.

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