Like many Liverpool fans, Jurgen Klopp was engrossed in the drama that took place at Anfield against Tottenham last season.
Diogo Jota scored in the fourth minute of second half stoppage-time to ensure the Reds claimed a huge 4-3 win over Spurs.
His goal sparked wild celebrations in front of the Liverpool faithful as they chased down a European spot.
Many, understandably, couldn't contain their excitement in the stands, especially given the context surrounding the late winner.
Liverpool cruised to a 3-0 lead over Spurs after just 15 minutes, with many thinking the visitors would be on the receiving end of another thumping following their 6-1 defeat at Newcastle just a week prior.
However, the north London side crawled back to 3-2 thanks to Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son, before Richarlison scored what he thought was a late, precious equaliser.
Spurs' celebrations were short-lived though as Jota netted the winner up the other end just a minute later.
Having seen his side win 4-3 in dramatic circumstances, Klopp ran towards fourth official John Brooks on the touchline amidst the delirium.
In doing so, he pulled his hamstring and could be seen limping back to his dugout for the remaining moments of the match.
Klopp and Brooks were no strangers to each other during the clash as the Liverpool boss contested many of the decisions made by referee Paul Tierney.
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