Jurgen Klopp reminded Jordan Henderson of his responsibilities after substituting Liverpool’s captain against Manchester United yesterday.
The Englishman, clearly a little riled about being taken off after a decent performance, went straight past his manager – before Klopp called him back to shake his hand.
In the video below (not the outrageous Kepa one, but the other one!) you can see it.
Hendo actually played well, but we think he could make way on Wednesday v Watford for Naby Keita – who offers far more drive and creativity centrally than the 28-year-old.
Fabinho is one of the first names on the team-sheet now and Gini Wijnaldum is undroppable.
Perhaps that’s why Henderson was fed up at being taken off – but the main thing is the team gets back to winning ways. We’ve actually only won three of our past nine games in all competitions, which isn’t good enough.
Bonus, where that happened☝🏻#MCICHE match, this happened between #Klopp and #Henderson in the #LiVSOU match pic.twitter.com/tgAQ46ZCKK Iam sure this will be an afterthought on the day all considering. Showing respect for others, teammates etc, can never be underrated to #Success
— Shaun Harris (@SAHsoccer1) February 24, 2019