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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp stormed out of an interview following his team’s 4-3 loss to Manchester United, which saw United secure a spot in the FA Cup semi-final with Amad Diallo’s 120th-minute winner at Old Trafford.

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During the interview with Danish outlet Viaplay, Klopp was questioned about Liverpool’s energy levels, particularly in extra time. Responding sharply, Klopp criticized the question’s premise, citing the rigorous schedule both teams have faced in recent matches.

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Expressing disappointment with the line of questioning, Klopp deemed it a “bit of a dumb question” and highlighted the demanding nature of professional sports. As the interview continued, Klopp expressed frustration at the insinuation that his team had played too many games, dismissing the suggestion and stating he had no patience for such queries.

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After abruptly leaving the set, Klopp confronted the reporter, questioning their motives and expressing disbelief at the nature of the interview. Despite the tense exchange, the reporter provocatively asked Klopp about his perceived provocativeness, leading to a somewhat light-hearted moment amid the tension.

Earlier, Klopp had cited Liverpool’s busy schedule as a factor affecting the team’s performance, noting the stark contrast between the number of matches played by Liverpool compared to United in 2024. Despite the disappointment of the loss, Klopp acknowledged the effort put in by his team and congratulated United on their victory, while hinting at utilizing their lighter fixture load to their advantage in the coming weeks.

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