Liverpool's football manager Jurgen Klopp's perfect response to a coronavirus question asked during a press conference has gone viral.
Following the team's FA Cup defeat by Chelsea, a reporter asked Klopp if he was worried as a team about the spread of coronavirus or how it may affect them.
But the manager was having none of it, insisting that the media should be asking those type of questions to experts.
"What I don't like in life is that a very serious thing, a football manager's opinion is important," Klopp told reporters.
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"I don't understand that. I really don't understand it, if I asked you, you are in exactly the same role as I am. So it's not important what famous people say.
"We have to speak about things in the right manner, not people with no knowledge, like me, talking about something.
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"People with knowledge will talk about it and tell people to do this, do that, and everything will be fine, or not. Not football managers, I don't understand that.
"Politics, coronavirus, why me? I wear a baseball cap and have a bad shave. I'm concerned like everyone else. I live on this planet and I want it to be safe and healthy, I wish everybody the best, absolutely. But my opinion on coronavirus is not important."
After a video of his rant was shared on Twitter, many people praised his comment as the perfect response.
On Monday, the Premier League said it is "monitoring" the coronavirus situation ahead of this weekend's fixtures and has issued guidelines to all 20 clubs in English football's top tier.