• Liverpool beat Leicester 4-0 in the Premier League
  • Firmino, Milner and Alexander-Arnold were Liverpool's goal-scorers
  • Liverpool next play Wolves at home Sunday

Liverpool FC boss Jurgen Klopp was seen screaming at his players during their 4-0 victory over Leicester City on Thursday in the Premier League.

Roberto Firmino, who had been criticized for being out of form, scored a brace, while the other two goals included James Milner’s penalty and Trent Alexander-Arnold’s late strike.

After the match ended and saw Liverpool 13 points clear on the top, a bit irked Klopp insisted that his boys’ inability to keep the ball and conserve energy was “mad.”

The incident occurred toward the final minutes of the second half when the away side was leading either 3-0 or 4-0.

Speaking to Amazon Prime Video, Klopp said, "In the last 10 minutes, in this part of the season, you don't have a situation often where the game is pretty much decided. At 3-0 it was, at 4-0 it was 100%. I don't know exactly when we scored, but I think there were 10 minutes to go plus extra-time, so 13 minutes."

"But we were still sprinting and I thought, 'wow, how mad is that?' So I was really shouting out there, just wanted to keep the ball, so Leicester didn't attack us. There are a lot of things we have to improve - how we can manage the game in those situations, how we can play football, how we defended in the first half. There are so many things we have to work on.”

While the boss thought his side can improve ahead of their next match, which is against Wolves, Alexander-Arnold, who scored the final goal and set up Roberto Firmino’s two goals, insisted that The Reds produced their best performance of the season against Leicester at the Kings Power Stadium.

Four-midable: Trent Alexander-Arnold had a hand in all four of Liverpool's four goals at Leicester
Four-midable: Trent Alexander-Arnold had a hand in all four of Liverpool's four goals at Leicester AFP / Oli SCARFF

“We played really good football after all the traveling and intense period, yes it is the best performance of the season and we controlled it, to get four goals is something to be proud of."

"I don’t get on the scoresheet too often. I saw the space from Sadio Mane’s pass and thought ‘hit it the first time’... Good to get the goals the three points is what we came for. We are made up. You don’t really think you will be 13 points but we are happy to be in this position and we will take it for granted. This is the Premier League and anything can happen,” the Liverpool-born said in an interview with Amazon Prime Video.

The Premier League leaders’ win Thursday came a week after they clinched their maiden FIFA Club World Cup trophy in Qatar. Even in the Club World Cup final, it was Firmino, who scored the winner in Liverpool’s 1-0 victory over Flamengo.