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Jurgen Klopp went crazy at Alberto Moreno during Liverpool v Stoke.

Jurgen Klopp went crazy at Alberto Moreno during Liverpool v Stoke

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Jurgen Klopp wears his heart on his sleeve and every Liverpool player will be acutely aware of that fact after working with the revered German coach over the past few months.

Desperate for his side to reach the Capital One Cup final during the first half of extra-time against Stoke City on Tuesday night, Klopp lost the plot with Alberto Moreno after the Spanish left-back got into a tussle with Jonathan Walters rather than focusing on the match.

The cameras captured an infuriated Klopp giving Moreno a serious dressing down on the touchline. He was so furious that the fourth official had to step in and prevent him from walking onto the pitch. (Scroll down this page to see the footage).

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Moreno deliberately looked away from Klopp - we can’t really blame him - but there’s no doubt he heard his apoplectic manager.

For the defender’s sake, we hope Klopp calmed down once he got into the dressing room after the final whistle.

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Video: Klopp goes mad at Moreno

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Liverpool advanced to the Capital One Cup final after beating Stoke 6-5 on penalties.

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