And BT Sport host Gary Lineker refused to apologise!
Jurgen Klopp was lost for words following Liverpool’s extraordinary Champions League triumph over Barcelona – and could only describe his players as ‘f****** giants’.
The Reds boss could be excused for swearing live on TV – BT Sport host Gary Lineker refused to apologise to viewers – after his side pulled off a miraculous 4-0 victory against the Spanish giants to reach the Champions League final.
Klopp told BT Sport after the game: “It’s ten past ten, most of the children are probably in bed. These boys are f****** giants.
“It’s unbelievable. It is unbelievable. Fine me, fine me if you want.
“I’m not native, I don’t have better words for it. It is unbelievable.”
Divock Origi struck twice either side of Georginio Wijnaldum’s quickfire double on an unbelievable night at Anfield.
The Reds became only the fourth side in Champions League history to overturn a three-goal first leg deficit despite injuries to Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino.
Emotional scenes followed the full-time whistle and Klopp was, understandably, completely overcome with joy.
He added: “The whole game. The whole performance was too much. It was overwhelming. I watched in my life so many football games but I can’t remember many like this.
“Winning is already difficult but winning with a clean sheet I don’t know how the boys did it.
“I saw James Milner crying after the game on the pitch, it means so much to all of us.
“There are more important things in the world but creating this kind of atmosphere is so special.”