Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is known for his cheeky personality.
And it seems the German boss couldn't help but crack a joke earlier in the season, during the half time break of Watford's 3-0 victory over the Reds.
Tunnel cam from the match showed Klopp and his players walking to the away changing room after leaving the pitch at Vicarage Road.
The walk saw the Liverpool squad pass by the home changing room, and Klopp was captured pretending to make a beeline towards it.
A member of staff guarding the door spotted Klopp's motion, and could be seen laughing as the Liverpool boss giggled and walked away.
But Klopp's happy mood was pushed to the limit in the second half as Watford netted three against the Reds, becoming the first side this season to beat Liverpool in the Premier League.
Ismaila Sarr got the show on the road nine minutes after the restart before doubling Watford's lead on the hour-mark.
Troy Deeney later put the icing on the cake with his side's third of the night.
After the match, Deeney told Sky Sports: "[Virgil] van Dijk is a class act and, for me, is probably in the top five defenders in the world.
"It is tough to get anything from him; he is 6ft 6ins, fast and strong, so you try to pick on the weaker of the two.
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