Jurgen Klopp, the manager of Liverpool, has expressed regret over his behaviour on the touchline during the team’s 4-3 win over Tottenham. After the match, Klopp had suggested that referee Paul Tierney had a problem with him and accused him of making inappropriate comments. He also celebrated Diogo Jota’s late winner in front of the fourth official, which could lead to a touchline ban. The PGMOL refuted Klopp’s claims about Tierney, stating that he had conducted himself in a professional manner. Klopp clarified the issue on Tuesday, saying that his behaviour was out of emotion and anger and that he shouldn’t have said a couple of things but lying was not involved.