In his post-match press conference, Jurgen Klopp launched a scathing attack on referee Paul Tierney, risking punishment from the FA. Liverpool managed to secure a 4-3 victory against Tottenham at Anfield on Sunday, but the match was far from straightforward. The Reds had initially taken a commanding 3-0 lead within the first 15 minutes, but Tottenham fought back with goals from Harry Kane and Heung-min Son. Richarlison then scored in injury time to level the score at 3-3, before Diogo Jota secured a last-gasp winner for Liverpool. Klopp was furious with the refereeing throughout the match and criticised Tierney, saying that he did not understand how the official could have given a foul on Mohamed Salah before Spurs’ third goal. Klopp also referred to an incident where Salah caught Ben Davies with a flailing arm, which led to Tottenham scoring the equaliser. Klopp’s antics earned him a yellow card from Tierney, but he celebrated wildly when Jota scored the winner.