Jurgen Klopp became embroiled in an unseemly row with Sevilla's bench after Liverpool squandered a lead in the Champions League on Wednesday night.
A number of the visitors’ backroom team felt Klopp engineered Sevilla's manager, Eduardo Berizzo, being sent to the stands for time-wasting.
The Liverpool boss reacted at full-time after the Spaniard's fitness coach, Pablo Fernandez, launched a verbal tirade in his direction. Fernandez had to be restrained before being led down the tunnel.
Jurgen Klopp was heckled by the Sevilla backroom staff as he went to shake hands at Anfield
The German protested his innocence as he queried the accusations being levelled at him
The Liverpool boss was animated as he asked: 'What have I done? Why are you shouting?'
Klopp was seen asking the Sevilla assistant manager Ernesto Marcucci 'What have I done? Why are you shouting?' before being blocked off by two security guards.
'It's all fine,' Klopp said after he had been invited into the Sevilla dressing room to smooth the situation over.
‘They might have thought I was responsible for the red card of their colleague. I was not happy about throwing the ball away. I wasn't exceptionally emotional. It was an offensive situation for us when he threw the ball away.
Klopp explained after the