Jurgen Klopp's furious rant at his Liverpool stars has been caught on camera during the draw against Fulham on Saturday.
The Reds were shocked by a plucky Fulham outfit at Craven Cottage on Saturday.
After a dismal start to the season, many thought Scott Parker would be the first manager to get the sack this campaign.
But he has somewhat turned it around in recent weeks and the performance at the weekend earmarks this.
Bobby Decordova-Reid opened the scoring for the home side, and deservedly so, with an excellent finish past Alisson.
Liverpool fought back after the break but needed a penalty to draw level, which Mohamed Salah did by squirming one under Alphonse Areola.
The Premier League champions certainly ramped up their efforts in the second-half.
But during the first, they were largely pinned back in their own half and could barely muster more than two passes together.
In front of 2,000 fans, there was one man in attendance who was not enjoying what he was seeing.
Klopp was absolutely roaring at his own players in a manner, hitting his own chest in frustration.
Even the Fulham coaches behind him could be spotted staring in bemusement.
And behind closed doors in the away dressing room at the break, it is highly doubtful Klopp was making his underperforming players a cup of tea.
But it worked a treat as Liverpool came back to steal a point on a weekend where Tottenham and Chelsea also dropped points.
And Klopp explained Liverpool’s first half after the match, admitting his champions were nowhere near good enough.
He said: “In the first 30 minutes we were just not good. We could have lost the game in that period. After half an hour it was already better. The second half was good. We could have had more [goals].
"We are dealing with human beings and things like this happen.
"Yesterday all the teams that played in the Champions League had a tough one. It's crazy. Maybe this was the weekend we felt it a little bit.
"It doesn't help with the number of games that we have to play the same players. There was a push definitely – 100%.
"We move on. Tottenham is the next challenge."
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