Jurgen Klopp decided to drop the F-bomb on live television after Liverpool beat Manchester City on Sunday.
Liverpool ended City’s unbeaten Premier League run at 30 games with an enthralling 4-3 victory at Anfield. You absolutely have to read 16 Conclusions.
Goals from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Leroy Sane sent the sides into half-time level, before a nine-minute second-half blitz saw Liverpool go 4-1 up.
City pulled it back to 4-3 but were unable to find an equaliser, and their quest to go a whole season unbeaten was left in tatters.
Klopp got a little carried away post-match.
“You can look at this in different ways,” he told NBC Sports Network. “You can look at it as a manager and say, ‘OK we could have done this or that better’.
“Or you can look at it as a football fan and say, ‘What the f*** was that?!’ Unbelievable.”
When reminded that he was on live TV, Klopp replied: “I thought in America it’s okay.”