Jurgen Klopp’s cheeky reaction to Man Utd's Carabao Cup thrashing caught on camera as he fails to hide his bemusement | The Sun
JURGEN KLOPP responded hilariously after being informed of Manchester United's defeat to Newcastle.
The Red Devils were knocked out of the Carabao Cup after suffering a 3-0 loss at Old Trafford.
United have lost four of their last seven games, all at home, and a return of eight defeats in their 15 matches this season means they have got off to their worst start to a campaign since 1962/63.
But Klopp was still shocked to hear they were thrashed by the Magpies.
A surprise look flashed across the German's face before he grimaced, unable to hide how he felt about the result.
Klopp, 56, was in a buoyant mood after Liverpool beat Bournemouth to progress to the quarter-final.
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Darwin Nunez scored a wonder goal to win the match but he was trolled by fans just seconds before.
The striker's touch let him down which sparked jeers from the Bournemouth faithful, but he brought the ball inside before curling over goalkeeper Ionuț Radu with a spectacular effort.
The Reds have lost just once all season – a controversial 2-1 loss at Tottenham where they went down to nine-men and were wrongly denied a goal because of a VAR error.
And they could fancy their chances of reaching the latter stages of the cup after being drawn at home to West Ham.
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