ANDY ROBERTSON was hilariously caught on camera telling Sadio Mane he would get revenge on Rafinha after the Senegalese star was booked for a tackle on the Flamengo man.
Liverpool forward Mane was harshly cautioned in the final minute of the first half for a foul on the Brazilian in last night’s Club World Cup Final – a decision he was fuming with.
The ref blew for the break moments later, and that was when left-back Robertson proved he had his team-mate’s back.
And the Scottish full-back instantly went to reassure Mane he would make sure justice would be served before full time.
The Reds duo were walking off the pitch when Robertson was caught telling Mane: “Sadio, I'll get him don't worry.”
And to make the moment even better, he did so right in front of Rafinha.
Despite that flare-up, the evening would end on a happy night, but not before more controversy involving Mane.
In added time at the end of the 90, the ref awarded Liverpool a penalty after Mane was hacked down by Rafinha Al Jassim.
It was soon chalked off after the Qatari official Abdulrahman Al Jassim checked VAR and ruled the challenge had been outside the area.
But to make things even stranger, the whistleblower then awarded Flamengo a drop-ball instead of issuing a red card to the culprit.
Fortunately it would be Jurgen Klopp’s men who would prevail to lift the trophy for the first time after previously coming up short in 1981, 1984 and 2005.
It was Brazilian striker Roberto Firmino who finished off a counter-attack in the first period of extra-time to bag the only goal of the game.
That was enough for the Reds become the first English side to win an unprecedented treble of Champions League, European Super Cup and Club World Cup.