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MetiNews.Com - JURGEN KLOPP and Sean Dyche appeared to clash in the Anfield as tempers boiled over at the break between Liverpool and Burnley. The reigning champions had dominated the uneventful opening period bu…
Breaking News ! JURGEN KLOPP and Sean Dyche appeared to clash in the Anfield as tempers boiled over at the break between Liverpool and Burnley. The reigning champions had dominated the uneventful opening period but failed to make a breakthrough against the Clarets. 2Sean Dyche and Jurgen Klopp were involved in a half time spat at AnfieldCredit: Sky Sports 2The Reds boss chased after his visiting counterpart down the tunnelCredit: Sky Sports It all got a bit heated after the half-time whistle...????????There was a VAR check on a possible incident involving Ashley Barnes and Fabinho but no red card!Watch live on Sky Sports PL ????Follow #LIVBUR online here ???? https://t.co/7HtKtrdULt pic.twitter.
Burnley stopper Nick Pope punted the ball up field from a goal kick as the whistle went.
Ashley Barnes and Fabinho had both gone to challenge for the ball, with the former ending up flat on the ball.
That sparked a furious reaction from Joel Matip, who ran towards the fallen Burnley striker before a melee of players got involved.
The ref kept all the players on the pitch as VAR assessed the situation, which eventually led to Fabinho getting booked.
However, the fireworks were not only on the pitch as both managers got involved in a heated argument.
Dyche had begun marching down the tunnel when Klopp went racing after him.
The Clarets manager then turned round and gave the Kop boss a mouthful.
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