The frustrated German manager held a tense post-match interview with Viaplay Sports, clashing with the reporter before storming out in reaction to one question.

Liverpool saw their quadruple hopes go up in flames on Sunday, with the Merseyside giant suffering an unforgettable FA Cup defeat away to bitter rivals Manchester United.

These two English powerhouses locked horns at Old Trafford in the quarterfinals, with Salaha and Co. coming back from one-nil to go 2-1 up by halftime before squandering several opportunities to kill off the game, conceding an 87th-minute equalizer, and letting in another two goals in extra time.

The winning goal came in the 122nd minute, with Amad Diallo scoring off of a deadly counter-attack to put Manchester United through to the semifinals, where they will face Coventry, and dump Liverpool out of the tournament.

And to no one's surprise, Klopp was upset at seeing his team crash out of the competition and miss out on another trip to Wembley in his final season in charge at Anfield. However, the German boss let his anger get the better of him during his post-match interview, taking his frustration out on Viaplay Sports reporter before storming out of the interview.

The 56-year-old took an issue with one question. The reporter quizzed the Liverpool boss on his team's intensity, or lack thereof it, which is unusual for Liverpool. Klopp hit back, pointing to their injuries and the number of games they have played.

The reporter pressed Klopp on this subject, which irked Jurgen even further. The manager accused the interviewer of "not being in the best state before ending it abruptly and walking off. Check out this incident in the clip below.

Liverpool have already won the Carabao Cup and are contending for both the Premier League and UEFA Europa League titles. Salah and Co. are currently level on points with league leaders Arsenal and are through to the quarterfinals in Europe.

Nonetheless, Sunday's result was a disappointment for the Merseyside giants. The defeat means Liverpool cannot win four titles this huge, which is a blow. Manchester United, on the flip side, will be aiming to reach Wembley for the second year running, having won the Carabao Cup crown last season while also reaching the FA Cup final, which they lost to Man City.