This is absolutely the strangest thing to happen this season, we want less of this Adam.
Despite the game being as boring as a Michael Owen soliloquy, Jurgen managed to keep us entertained with his touchline antics. From almost celebrating a little bit too soon when he thought Divock Origi had scored, to getting all sorts of angry at Jordon Ibe for taking too long to get ready – it was all good.
However, the strangest moment of the game, if not the season, came when Klopp replaced Adam Lallana with Joe Allen. While there is nothing too strange in bringing Joe Allen on, there was something a bit off about Lallana's rather emotional moment with his boss.
Just have a look what he did to him...
Top Corner (@HITCtopcorner) October 17, 2015
Yep, the midfielder decided to give his new manager a really weird hug, which just left us all sorts of confused and feeling a little bit creeped out by it all.
What do you think? Twee and lovely or just all sorts of creepy? Creepy is the right answer.