Touchline footage emerges showing Jurgen Klopp flare up at Liverpool bench during Chelsea win

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Video footage showing Jurgen Klopp admonishing a member of his backroom staff following Andreas Christensen's red card for Chelsea has emerged.

Liverpool beat the Blues 2-0 at Stamford Bridge to make it two wins out of two in the Premier League, and they were helped to victory by a VAR-aided decision towards the end of the first-half.

With the scores level at 0-0, Christensen brought down Sadio Mane off the ball as the Senegalese forward raced onto a long pass from Jordan Henderson.

Referee Paul Tierney initially showed a yellow card, but after being encouraged to check the pitchside monitor by VAR he changed his decision to a red.

Jurgen Klopp quickly turned around after he heard the applause from behind him

He gestured in anger towards his bench

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After the decision had been made an unidentified member of Klopp's backroom staff applauded, but the German manager was unimpressed with the reaction.

The video footage shows Klopp turning around towards his bench and gesturing angrily, before he can be heard to say "Are you crazy? We never ever do that, ok?"

He then takes a swig of water before turning his attentions back to the pitch.

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Liverpool got their title defence off to a shaky start as they edged out a seven-goal thriller against Leeds.

In terms of transfers the Reds have completed the signing of Thiago Alcantara and Wolves' Diogo Jota is arriving too.

Youngster Ki-Jana Hoever is set to head to Wolves in a £10million deal, while Gini Wijnaldum continues to be linked with Barcelona. There's a lot to keep track of.

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It is not clear exactly who it was who clapped following the red card, but Klopp revealed after the game that it was not a player.

"It was not one of my subs but another member of staff and I told him already what I think about it and he's good with that," he said after the game.

He was also heard saying "we never do that, ok?"

"But in the moment that's something I don't want to see."

Klopp is clearly attempting to ensure there are no similar incidents to the one which saw him clash with Chelsea manager Frank Lampard during a game at Anfield last season.

The two exchanged heated words on the touchline after an argument broke out following a foul on Reds full-back Trent Alexander-Arnold, with Lampard telling Klopp and his assistant Pep Lijnders to "f*** off".

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Jose Mourinho details why he must play Harry Kane against Leyton Orient

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Jose Mourinho has claimed Tottenham “need” Harry Kane to play in the Carabao Cup against Leyton Orient tomorrow.

Joe Hart will make his Spurs debut in goal while the Portuguese manager said Dele Alli will “probably” return to the side after getting dropped for the last two games.

Mourinho said after the 5-2 win at Southampton he was still looking for another striker.

And until then he will keep playing the England captain despite the club's fixture pile-up.

Kane has scored in Tottenham's last two games – and provided four assists to Son Heung-min at St Mary's.

Mourinho said: “Harry in principle he has to be [there].

There is no rest for Kane at present amid Spurs' hectic schedule
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"Especially in these matches against these teams, in theory, inferior and, in theory, teams that are going to defend against you, you need a striker.

“I want Harry to play, let’s see if he can, if he feels ready to move.

"He’s an experienced player, he knows his body better than any sports science guy or any medical guy.

"If he is ready to play, of course he will."

Tottenham face another Europa League tie in eastern Europe on Thursday night and Mourinho said he will rotate his team tomorrow with Hart, Serge Aurier, Moussa Sissoko, Toby Alderweireld and Erik Lamela all coming in

New left-back Sergio Reguilon trained on Sunday and will be available “maybe for the end of the week” but Gareth Bale's second Tottenham debut is not imminent.

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“I don’t know when Gareth can be back,” Mourinho added.

“The only thing that I know is that the motivation is high, he is so happy to be with a club of his heart, he is so happy to play for us and when a player has this motivation, many, many times you can shorten the period of recovering and shorten the period of getting fit and ready to play and we want to help him.

“So when he is available to train with the team, we are more than happy to have him and to be back to a level that maybe one of the best players in the world.”

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Leeds’ transfer hopes suffer setback as Josko Gvardiol rejects move to Elland Road

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Leeds have lost out to RB Leipzig in the race to sign Croatian rising star Josko Gvardiol.

Leeds agreed a fee of £19.6million or 22million Euros with Dinamo Zagreb for the 18-year-old Gvardiol with a 20 per cent sell-in clause.

However the centre-half has rejected Leeds to sign for Leipzig, even though Leeds’ offer of a four-year deal worth £25,000-a-week was worth more.

The Croatia Under-21 international feels Leipzig is a better career move because of their rapid progress in recent years and they reached the semi-finals of last season’s Champions League.

Gvardiol could not be persuaded by Leeds’ promise that he would become part of Marcelo Bielsa’s first-team squad straight away, while Leipzig may loan him out for the rest of this season.

Leeds director of football Victor Orta had identified Josko Gvardiol
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Leeds are now considering other defensive options and they are a player down at centre-half after Ben White returned to Brighton and Gaetano Berardi was released at the end of last season.

Leeds did replace White with Germany international Robin Koch, but they feel they need more cover in the heart of their defence.

Robin Koch (right) has been Leeds' sole defensive signing
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Meanwhile, Leeds’ bid to sign Rodrigo De Paul is at an impasse and they are refusing to meet Udinese’s £35million asking price for the Argentina midfielder.

Leeds have so far indicated they are prepared to pay £22.3million for De Paul and are looking at other midfield targets, such as Rangers' Ryan Kent.

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