The handshake is a mark of respect after the game, but with West Brom showing so little of it during the match, we think Jurgen Klopp was perfectly entitled to ignore Tony Pulis at the end.
West Brom were time-wasting from the offset, made countless reckless challenges and injured Dejan Lovren with a tackle which should have definitely seen Craig Gardner sent off.
Our manager was far more interested in congratulating his players for their late equaliser and thanking the home support – who were at our loudest of the season.
Below you can see he waves his finger towards Pulis and the Baggies assistant, quickly walking off towards his players instead.
Fair play, if you ask us. We’re totally behind Klopp’s siege mentality. He’s trying to unify the players and the fans. And it’s working.
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