When Divock Origi took advantage of some comedy goalkeeping from Jordan Pickford, to gift Liverpool a last-gasp stoppage-time winner in the Merseyside derby, Anfield erupted.
Among the cacophony of noise, you couldn’t fail to see our boss, Jurgen Klopp, sprinting out of the dugout, through the technical area and onto the pitch, with all the speed of someone who’d got his eyes on a real bargain in the Black Friday sales.
It was a moment of passion, a moment that meant so much to Jurgen who knew his side had managed to keep on the tails of the Premier League leaders Manchester City.
But, amongst all the elation, you just knew the kill-joys that run our game wouldn’t look on it kindly and, true to form, Jurgen was charged by the Football Association for misconduct.
Bang to rights, Jurgen had no choice but to accept the charge, even though he apologised for his antics immediately after the game.
No doubt the Football Association will fine Jurgen and give him a stern warning, but, there’s no doubt about it, it was a sight to behold.
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