Jürgen Klopp takes out his anger at a Liverpool fan who invaded the pitch after Firmino’s goal and nearly injured Andy Robertson

Jür­gen Klopp has tak­en out his anger on a Liv­er­pool fan who invad­ed the pitch and punched Andy Robertson.

Rober­to Firmi­no scored the Reds’ sev­enth goal in a 7–0 win over Man­ches­ter Unit­ed on Sun­day night.

How­ev­er, the cel­e­bra­tion was cut short when a fan stormed onto the pitch.

He appar­ent­ly got into the hud­dle and injured Liv­er­pool’s left-back Robertson.

Robert­son fell to the ground in pain and a guard pounced on the fan.

Robert­son was able to fin­ish the game, but the fans were dragged out by the Liv­er­pool man­ag­er and not acquitted.

The 55-year-old Klopp yelled in anger at a fan’s behav­ior that could have seri­ous­ly injured a player.

Despite a moment of anger, the Ger­man will be delight­ed with Liv­er­pool’s sen­sa­tion­al play.

Codi Gakpo, Dar­win Nunez and Mohamed Salah scored in a stun­ning win for Firmino.

Liv­er­pool’s 7–0 win is the biggest win ever against Man­ches­ter United.

The Reds have moved up to fifth in the Pre­mier League, just three points behind Cham­pi­ons League qualification.

And there’s still one game left for Tot­ten­ham, who can over­take if they win.

Mean­while, Unit­ed remain 14 points behind Arsenal.

How­ev­er, after 13 games, they are still sev­en points behind Liverpool.

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