Steven Gerrard aims filthy dig at Jamie Carragher after Jurgen Klopp Liverpool farewell

Steven Gerrard, a legend of Liverpool, cruelly took down Jamie Carragher’s Instagram thank-you note to Jurgen Klopp.

Steven Gerrard aims filthy dig at Jamie Carragher after Jurgen Klopp Liverpool farewell

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp being interviewed by Reds icon Jamie Carragher. (Image: Photo by Andrew Kearns – CameraSport via Getty Images)

After Jurgen Klopp’s final game as manager, former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard made a cruel remark to former teammate Jamie Carragher.

After nine successful years, the German said goodbye to the Reds supporters on Sunday during Wolverhampton Wanderers’ visit to Anfield. Klopp’s tenure in the Anfield dugout came to a successful conclusion; he became the first permanent manager to win their last game in charge since Matt McQueen in 1928.

Gary O’Neil’s 10 men were defeated by two goals in the first half, both from Alexis Mac Allister and Jarell Quansah. Just minutes before the impasse was broken, Nelson Semedo recklessly challenged the Argentine and was shown the red card as a result of VAR’s intervention.

Virgil van Dijk, the captain, and Trent Alexander-Arnold, the vice captain, both shed tears of joy during their reactions. Many Reds players from the past and present provided messages. Jamie Carragher shared a photo of Klopp and the former defender cuddling on Instagram. Carragher was in L4 for Sky Sports’ coverage of the game.

Carragher tagged Klopp’s new social media account with the caption, “Thanks for the memories @kloppo [red heart emoji].”

Although the post received appreciation from fans for the former manager of Mainz and Borussia Dortmund, it was former captain Gerrard’s remark that provoked a backlash.

The Al-Ettifaq owner made the following comment in regards to Carragher’s light-colored pants: “Don’t fart in them kecks James like you used to in our room [poo emoji].”

In an emotional farewell to the Champions League and Premier League-winning manager, Klopp spoke to the packed Anfield crowd and introduced Arne Slot to a new chant. Liverpool supporters broke into an unceasing chant of Klopp’s, which was lifted from the Beatles hit song “I Feel Fine,” as the game was coming to an end.

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