In the 11th round of the Premier League , Liverpool beat Manchester City 1-0 , and Klopp gave an interview after the game.
In a statement after the game, Liverpool said they were very disappointed to hear vicious chants related to football tragedy from away fans at Anfield today. The statement also mentioned that the away hall was also damaged by graffiti.
Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola was emotionally dissatisfied with the penalty, and the audience threw a coin at Pep Guardiola and nearly hit it. Liverpool said they would investigate the incident and any fans who flipped a coin could face a lifetime ban at Anfield.
The rivalry between the two teams is getting more intense, and it’s not the first time it’s happened. Four years ago in the Champions League, the Manchester City team bus was vandalized by Liverpool fans, resulting in Manchester City needing to replace the bus to go home.
Klopp has apologised for the fan tossing a coin at Guardiola. He said it was horrible, sorry, it should never have happened.
A Liverpool club spokesman condemned the behaviour, saying it was completely unacceptable and did not meet their expectations at Anfield. They will investigate CCTV and fans who err will face punishment.
In addition, Klopp was sent off, which he said had to do with his emotions and it was his fault because he was out of control.