Tottenham boss Antonio Conte was at it again on Sunday as he went into the referee's book for storming into Liverpool's dugout.
Conte has been no stranger to controversy this season. The fiery Italian completely lost his cool in the latter stages of Tottenham's Champions League clash against Marseille last month, receiving a red card and a touchline ban for his troubles.
Before that, he had a confrontation with former Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel at the end of a game between the two sides in August. And he struggled to keep a lid on things again against Liverpool as he watched his team try and get back into the game.
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The Spurs boss received a talking to from referee Andy Madley after marching into Liverpool's technical area and batting the ball out of the hand of Reds assistant Pep Lijnders.
Madley took a dim view of Conte's actions and showed him a yellow card. That went down like a lead balloon with the former Inter Milan boss, who duly gave the referee a piece of his mind.
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Football fans on social media took the opportunity to comment on Conte's latest act of ill-discipline. One fan said: "That's a f***ing red what Conte's just done there."
Another wrote: "Conte received a yellow card. So that’s two red cards and a yellow for him this season." A third person added: "Conte wants another red card."
As someone else asked: "What is Conte doing." While a different supporter joked: "Conte has more yellow cards than any of Spurs players this season."
Conte's passion on the touchline was matched by his players in the second half as they attempted to find a way back into the game. But unfortunately there was nothing doing as Spurs hit the woodwork twice without finding that elusive equaliser.
Victory for Liverpool lifted them to eighth in the table, while Tottenham lost ground on Arsenal, Manchester City and Newcastle, all of whom won across the weekend.
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