WATCH: 'Let's talk about SIX baby' - Jurgen Klopp burst into song as he toasts Liverpool's Champions League win
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp burst into song as celebrated his side's Champions League victory in a jubilant post match interview with Norwegian TV.
Klopp's side secured a 2-0 win a Champions League final that failed to catch fire in Madrid, but the Liverpool manager didn't worry about the quality of the game as he conducted an endless run of post match interviews.
While in conversation with former Premier League striker Jan Aage Fjortoft, his interview took an unexpected twist as he re-write the words to 1990s pop hit 'Let's Talk About Sex Baby' by Salt-N-Pepa.
"Let's talk about six baby," sang Klopp, with Fjortoft more than happy to give him the floor to display his singing talents.
For all the awful tweeters I’ve had since we lost the league😂Have it😂🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆im partying now folks 👍👍👍ynwa pic.twitter.com/9iU6SsHu63— John Aldridge (@Realaldo474) June 1, 2019
Meanwhile, former Liverpool striker John Aldridge hit back at Twitter trolls who enjoyed the Reds failure to win the Premier League title, as he posted an image from the Wanda Metropolitano stadium hoisting up six fingers to signify the number of times the club have been European champions.
Liverpool are now set to stage a victory parade through the streets of the city with the Champions League trophy and if this Virgin Media Sport image of how fans reacted to Divock Origi's late clinching goal in the final is a gauge, the scenes should be pretty wild on Merseyside.
There will be a party in Liverpool tonight— Virgin Media Sport (@VMSportIE) June 1, 2019
Watch the fans in Liverpool celebrate Divock Origi's goal to secure them their 6th European Trophy.#Liverpool #6Times #ChampionsofEurope pic.twitter.com/2OkKiYRZHs