Jurgen Klopp silenced Jason Tindall, the assistant manager of Newcastle.
In the 25th minute, Anthony Gordon scored the only goal for the Magpies. Virgil van Dijk was also controversially dismissed for challenging Alexander Isak.
In the 25th minute, Anthony Gordon gave the Magpies the lead. In addition, Virgil van Dijk’s dismissal for a challenge on Alexander Isak was controversial.
Liverpool, however, did not in any way crumble and stunningly turned it around. Darwin Nunez, who came off the bench, added a magnificent late double.
When Trent Alexander-Arnold avoided receiving a second yellow card in the first half, Tindall quickly calmed Klopp when they started arguing on the sidelines.
In a popular social media image, Klopp could be noticed mimicking the German, who ultimately won the joke.
Nunez was also a substitute for the third straight game, donning the No. 9 jersey now that Roberto Firmino has switched to Al Ahli.
But he had a significant impact, hitting two exquisite finishes past Nick Pope to give the Reds a significant advantage. With seven points after the victory, Liverpool climbs up to fourth place.
Eddie Howe Before the Game
Eddie Howe, the manager of Newcastle United, had previously indicated why, despite having “respect” for Klopp, he is unable to be friends with him.
“I don’t really get along with any of the managers. I’m in a race with them,” he said at a press conference.”
“It is quite challenging for me to interact personally with rivals. The same applied to me as a player.”
“I never spoke to players before a game. I draw a line, and I have always been that way. I hold Jurgen in high regard. I think he did a fantastic job. Although he is an incredible football manager, I draw the line at friendships because I don’t have any.”