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Jurgen Klopp was in a good mood against Arsenal.

Jurgen Klopp's glasses go flying during Adam Lallana goal celebration

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Jurgen Klopp has never been one to hide his emotions and he was didn’t hold back when Adam Lallana gave Liverpool the lead against Arsenal.

The German sprinted along the touchline before pumping his chest and pumping his fist.

So excited was Klopp that he lost his glasses while celebrating. Scroll down the page to watch the spirited manager’s antics.

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It was reminiscent of Klopp’s celebrations after Lallana’s winner in Liverpool’s 5-4 win against Norwich City last season. The former Borussia Dortmund manager joined his ecstatic players and his glasses ended up flying off his face.

Klopp’s emotions were on full display - just how Liverpool fans love it.

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Klopp's glasses go flying

There is genuine optimism surrounding Klopp’s Liverpool at the moment - at the time of writing, they lead Arsenal 4-2 - and if his reaction to Lallana’s goal was full of energy, his response to Sadio Mane’s strike showed his complete and utter disbelief at Liverpool’s attack.

Klopp will certainly make for entertaining viewing this season.

Who is the most entertaining manager in the Premier League? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!

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