Pep Guardiola, the manager of Manchester City, said that he had coins thrown at him by Red Devils fans at Anfield. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has apologized to him.
Liverpool is looking into the incident and has vowed to permanently ban any fan found guilty of the offense.
When informed of what his rival allegedly went through at Anfield, Klopp exclaimed: “Oh, dreadful. I apologize. I’m sorry about that.
“I was unaware of it. Never, never, should that occur, he said.
The only goal of the game, scored by Mohamed Salah, gave the home team all three points in the incredibly interesting football game.
The Premier League table still has Manchester City in second place, but they are now four points behind league-leading Arsenal after suffering their first loss of the year.