- Frank Lampard and Jurgen Klopp caught the attention of fans during the epic clash between Liverpool and Chelsea
- Both managers were involved in a heated exchange but Lampard's lips were read, using foul languages
- The match ended in an eight-goal thriller as Liverpool were presented with their first league trophy in 30 years
Frank Lampard and Jurgen Klopp were involved in a heated exchange during Liverpool's 5-3 victory over Chelsea.
The Blues manager was spotted on camera using a foul language at his counterpart in an incident involving players from either side.
Matteo Kovacic tackled Sadio Mane as referee Andre Marriner blew the whistle for a free-kick as Lampard and Klopp clashed on the sidelines.
The inaudible exchanges was captured on camera by Sky Sports as Lampard was left furious telling Klopp to sit down.
“No, no, I’ll stand up. Sit down you f***ing [inaudible].”
Klopp did not relent as he challenged the Blues boss and Lampard did not hold anything back as he responded to the German boss again.
"Only title you’ve ever won and you’re f***ing giving it the big un, f*** off!
“I’ve had enough of it. F*** off.”
And Lampard was not done yet as he told Klopp again: “Stop showing disrespect, just sit down.”
The incident occurred shortly before Trent Alexander-Arnold doubled the lead for the Reds with a sublime free-kick after Naby Keita had put Klopp's men ahead.
The video clip on the rants between the mangers was shared on Twitter and it had more than 300,000 views within two hours.
The match ended in an eight-goal thriller but the side attractions between both managers were not left out of it.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Kepa Arrizabalaga conceded five goals in their penultimate game against Liverpool which is eight per cent of Chelsea's all-time Premier League record.
The Blues have let in 54 goals all season, the highest of any team in the top-half on the league standings and Chelsea's worst since Abramovich took over.
Fourteenth placed Crystal Palace and Brighton who are in 16th position have conceded less than the Stamford Bridge outfit this term.