Jurgen Klopp explained the row he was involvement with Sevilla’s bench following Liverpool’s 2-2 draw revolved around Eduardo Berizzo being sent to the stands.
The German coach was involved in a heated discussion with coaches of the La Liga outfit at the final whistle after the two sides had shared the spoils.
Goals from Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah were levelled up by strikes from Wissam Ben Yedder and Joaquin Correa but Liverpool will rue not getting all three points after Firmino missed a first-half penalty.
Berizzo was sent off midway through the second half for throwing the ball away to stop Joe Gomez taking a quick throw-in and Klopp revealed it was that decision that saw the Sevilla backroom staff be upset upon the end of the match.
‘The coach was no problem actually,’ he told BT Sport after the match.