Jurgen Klopp produces passionate celebration after Emre Can scores v Rubin Kazan

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp celebrated Emre Can’s equalising goal against Rubin Kazan this evening with a typically passionate reaction.

Klopp, taking charge of his first match at Anfield since becoming Liverpool’s new head coach earlier this month, raised his arms in the air, turned towards the crowd and produced a brilliant fist-pump celebration with his teeth gritted. (Scroll down this page to view Klopp’s celebration).

Klopp was no doubt experiencing a mixture of joy and relief after his side conceded a goal inside the opening 15 minutes. But his task of securing all three points has been made much easier thanks to Can’s equaliser and a red card to Rubin Kazan’s Oleg Kuzmin.


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Liverpool should, from this position, go on to secure victory over their Russian opponents.

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Victory would keep the Reds second in Group B after leaders Sion secured a 1-0 win over Bordeaux earlier this evening.

Liverpool fans react on Twitter

Liverpool fans, still overjoyed that Klopp is their new manager, expressed their delight with Klopp’s passionate celebration on Twitter - and here are some of the best reactions.

Liverpool fans: is this the sort of passion you expected to see so early on from Jurgen Klopp? Have your say by leaving a comment in the box below!

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