Learn to play better football – Liverpool’s Klopp attacks Tottenham’s boss, Ryan Mason

Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp has slammed Tottenham’s interim manager Ryan Mason following their controversial 4-3 win over Spurs on Sunday.

Tottenham battled back from 3-0 lead inside 15 minutes at Anfield to make the score level in injury time.

But Diogo Jota broke the hearts of Tottenham fans when he latched onto a poor back pass from Lucas Moura to score the winning goal in the 94th minute.

However, Mason was angered by the referee’s failure to redcard Liverpool’s hero on the night Jota earlier.

Mason, who was visibly furious after the game, felt Jota did not deserve to remain on the pitch after kicking Oliver Skipp in the head.

But Klopp suggested the Spurs’ boss was being hypocritical, explaining that Skipp himself could have been sent off for a foul on Luis Diaz which the referee ignored.

“I understand that. Ryan has to worry about other stuff,” Klopp told BBC.

“They have to play better football. They can’t just counter-attack.

“Diogo Jota has the foot high but he’s not going for the head. I heard Oliver Skipp could’ve had a red card. Did he speak about that as well?

“Wanting Diogo Jota off the pitch, worry about other stuff.”