Jurgen Klopp has revealed what he said to Maurizio Sarri when the pair were seen hugging each other on the touchline after Chelsea’s draw with Liverpool.
The duo, who faced off in the Carabao Cup and Premier League in the space of a week, went head to head at Stamford Bridge on the weekend.
Eden Hazard opened the scoring for the Blues, and Chelsea appeared to be cruising to victory before Daniel Sturridge smashed home an equaliser in the dying embers.
Both Klopp and Sarri were all smiles on the touchline just moments after the final whistle had sounded, apparently both pleased with the result.
They spoke to each other briefly, and on Friday Klopp revealed what they discussed.
“If we win at the end, then I’ll enjoy the City game,” said Klopp.
“I had it last week at the end of Chelsea, Sarri saw me smiling and said ‘you enjoy that’ and I said ‘yes, I do’.
“The most important job is entertaining the people. It’s not the biggest thing, we do not save lives.”
Liverpool take on last season’s Premier League champions Manchester City at Anfield this weekend, looking to get one over their title rivals.