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'Not while you're here... I'm not a clown': Jurgen Klopp sends Sky Sports cameraman away after game

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'Not while you're here... I'm not a clown': Jurgen Klopp sends Sky Sports cameraman away as he tries to get him to do trademark fist-pump celebration in front of the KopLiverpool beat title rivals Manchester City 3-1 on Sunday to go eight points clearJurgen Klopp traditionally runs towards the Kop in celebration after matches But this time the Liverpool boss refused due to the presence of a Sky cameramanREPORT: Rampant Reds beat City at Anfield to go eight clear at the top of table 

Jurgen Klopp refused to play to the Sky Sports cameras after Liverpool's win against Manchester City, saying 'not while you're here... I'm not a clown'. 

Liverpool beat their title rivals with a stunning performance at Anfield - goals from Fabinho, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane have sent the Reds eight points clear at the top of the Premier League table, and nine clear of champions City. 

Yet Klopp, who traditionally runs towards the Kop end and beats his chest after home victories, refused to do so on Sunday, seemingly unhappy with the presence of a Sky Sports cameraman directly behind him. 

Jurgen Klopp celebrates with the fans, but refuses to do his traditional run towards the Kop

The Liverpool manager was bothered by the presence of a Sky Sports cameraman behind him

Klopp waves his arms at the camera, and says to the man behind the camera 'not while you're here... I'm not a clown', as he continues to applaud the Anfield faithful. 

Regardless, Klopp was clearly thrilled with the result and the performance - his team were ahead from the sixth minute through a splendid strike from defensive midfielder Fabinho. 

The talking point after the game surrounded a potential City penalty in the build-up to the goal, with the ball striking Trent Alexander-Arnold's hand in the box, but Klopp said afterwards: 'I am yet to see it.'    

Mo Salah doubled Liverpool's lead after 12 minutes, and Sadio Mane's header early in the second-half gave Liverpool a three-goal lead which City couldn't claw back, despite Bernardo Silva's goal setting up a nervy final 15 minutes at Anfield.  

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