JASON TINDALL was hit with instant karma after shushing Jurgen Klopp in the first half of Newcastle's 2-1 defeat to 10-man Liverpool.
Both sets of benches got into a heated debate after Trent Alexander Arnold narrowly avoided a second yellow card for pulling back Anthony Gordon on the counter-attack.
Eddie Howe and his team were incensed that a red card was not produced which led to a war of words between the benches.
Tindall then raised his finger to his lips and shushed Klopp after he remonstrated to Howe and the team.
Things then stepped up a level when Virgil Van Dijk was sent off in the 28th minute for a foul on Alexander Isak.
Klopp argued with the fourth officials and claimed that Van Dijk had not prevented a goalscoring opportunity – and should therefore not have been sent off.
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But it was Klopp that would have the last laugh.
Liverpool completed a sensational second-half comeback courtesy of a double from Darwin Nunez.
Nunez struck in the 81st and 93rd minute to ensure that Liverpool headed home with all three points.
Tindall's first-half shushing of Klopp saw the two reignite an ongoing feud.
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The Liverpool manager has complained about Tindall's involvement in the technical area in the past, and made a quip about Tindall in a press conference earlier this month.
Klopp had been asked about the new Premier League rule that meant only one coach could be at the front of a technical area at any one time.
And the manager said in response to the question: "It's like that in the Champions League anyway. I think it's only a problem for one team: Newcastle. Sorry!"
Tindall achieved a degree of infamy last season for his involvement in the technical area – with some believing he was desperate to be the centre of attention over manager Howe.
A Twitter account named "Jason Tindall desperate to be centre of attention" gained 55 thousand followers as fans continued to notice Tindall dominating team photographs and being the first to shake opposition managers' hands.
Tindall commented on the account last season and said "The haters make me laugh."
He said: "It did make me laugh when I found out about the account.
"The haters love to hate but it just makes me laugh.
“It’s a compliment to Newcastle — it’s a rival a lot of other clubs don’t want. I’m thick-skinned enough now not to take anything personally.
“A lot of people like to hate and there’s a lot of jealousy out there.
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“A lot of people don’t like Newcastle challenging at the top.
“Long may that continue, whether the stick does or not, who knows but there’s been a lot of love from Newcastle fans.”
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