Klopp Addresses Sean Dyche Tunnel Bust-Up In Burnley Loss

Jurgen Klopp was seen chasing Sean Dyche down the tunnel at half-time at Anfield on Thursday night.

Liverpool’s 68-match unbeaten run at home was brought to an end in Burnley’s shock 1-0 win.

And things exploded at the interval after Burnley’s Ashley Barnes become involved in a fracas with Fabinho.

The pair tangled legs after the half-time whistle, with players from both sides involved.

As the half-time whistle blew Dyche walked past Klopp in the tunnel and then the pair exchanged words.

Klopp then charged after the Burnley boss and the two squared up to each other.

Klopp was quizzed about the incident after the defeat and said: “If he’s not talking about it, I will not talk about it. But I didn’t start it.

“But it’s not nothing. All Good.”

Speaking to Sky Sports about the incident with Klopp, Dyche said: “We come to these places, we are allowed to fight, we are allowed to try and win.

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“That’s all it was. It’s just two managers fighting for their teams, wanting to win a game. There’s nothing wrong with that.”

This article was most recently revised and updated 2 years ago

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