Monterrey boss: Klopp disrespected me, he wanted to trash me

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Monterrey boss: Klopp disrespected me, he wanted to trash me

Liverpool's Club World Cup semi-final clash with Monterrey was marred by a disagreement on the touchline between Jurgen Klopp and his opposite number, Antonio Mohamed, with the latter suggesting the German coach disrespected him, wanting to trash him.

Rather comically, it was the gesturing of a fake yellow card which caused the disturbance, with the former Borussia Dortmund coach reportedly unhappy with how the Mexican club's coach had done the same earlier in the encounter.

"Klopp disrespected me, I felt he tried to trash me," Mohamed explained in an interview with Enganche.

"He kept asking for a yellow card saying that we were fouling Salah, but when I did the same towards one of their players, he stuck out his tongue and made fun of me.

"When I saw him, I laughed at first and then I got a little angry and rose to his bait, then my background came out and I lost all elegance and composure."

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