Klopp nutmegging Firmino is the funniest thing you'll see all day

Premier League fans have really taken to Jurgen Klopp since his arrival as Liverpool manager earlier this season, mainly because of his enthusiasm and sense of fun.

He takes the football seriously but it doesn’t stop him having some craic along the way.

So even though Liverpool are preparing for an away fixture in a competition they would dearly love to win the German still takes his chance to take the mickey out of one of his players.

Look at the delight on his face when he cheekily nutmegs Roberto Firmino - who is clearly well used to such antics from his manager.

Check out the longer version to see Klopp set himself up to take the shot - and to see his gleeful reaction afterwards.

Legend.

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