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'F*ck off!' - Lampard in furious touchline tirade at Liverpool boss Klopp

New footage has emerged of Frank Lampard's altercation with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp on Wednesday, with the Chelsea manager telling the German to "f*ck off" as the pair clashed on the touchline.

The two sides met at Anfield on Wednesday on a night that saw the Reds presented with the Premier League trophy.

Klopp's side secured a 5-3 win as the Blues failed to pick up the draw that would have guaranteed them a place in next season's Champions League.

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And Lampard's emotions boiled over during the first half of Wednesday's match after Mateo Kovacic was penalised for a foul on Sadio Mane, allowing Trent Alexander-Arnold to step up and smash home a free kick shortly after.

In the moments between the foul and the goal, Lampard engaged in a touchline altercation with Klopp and the Liverpool bench, with the Chelsea boss repeatedly telling the Reds staff to "f*ck off" during the exchange.

Lampard is initially heard shouting: "It's not a f*cking foul!" He then gets into a clear war of words with Klopp, who repeatedly tells the Chelsea manager to "calm down".

The former midfielder then appears to take aim at Liverpool assistant Pep Lijnders, who, moments later, enthusiastically celebrates the Alexander-Arnold goal as Lampard looks on.

After the match, Lampard stated that he has full respect for Klopp and Liverpool, but added that the German must make sure his side does not get too "arrogant".

WARNING: Video contains strong language

The two managers shook hands at the full-time whistle, with Lampard also appearing on Mane's Instagram live video of the post-match celebrations as he congratulated the Liverpool winger on the league title.

Former England boss Sam Allardyce offered his thoughts on the 42-year-old's comments, stating on talkSPORT that Lampard is well within his rights to call out what he has perceived as disrespect.

"I think Frank has been a lot better than I was, as a young manager I found myself a few times in front of the disciplinary committee," Allardyce said.

"But if anybody wants to say ‘don’t get too arrogant about it’, it’s Frank, isn’t it? If it’s anybody else, they’ve not done it, but Frank’s done it all.

"So if Frank’s giving them a bit of a tip, then he’s seen something he didn’t like, something he thinks is a little bit arrogant, and he’s the one man who can mention it.

"And if it is the bench at Liverpool they should take notice of it, because Frank has done the lot."