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Jurgen Klopp charged by FA and not a single Liverpool fan cares

Jurgen Klopp charged by FA and not a single Liverpool fan cares”

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was charged by the Football Association Monday after he raced onto the Anfield pitch to celebrate his side's late victor against Everton in the Merseyside derby.

But how the 100th Anfield league derby still stood goalless at that stage was a surprise with the first half, especially, producing multiple chances for both teams.

"He didn't apologise to me", said the Portuguese. All of your colleagues have asked me about the situation but I didn't see it.

"I'm a defender so sometimes you need to to think a little bit more as a striker when you are up there. Wednesday - Sunday will be enough to have a almost full squad then, but I don't know exactly how the situation will be tomorrow for training".

"It was a lucky day for him this afternoon but that is football".

However, significant investment and a change in playing style introduced by Silva have seen the Toffees move up to sixth in the table, their best league position for some time, and that has caught Klopp's attention.

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"The squad situation, I am not 100 per cent sure in the moment to be honest".

Klopp reacted to the goal by running to the centre circle and celebrating with Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson.

"It's good we have this one day more and it is not Wednesday - Saturday because that would be really hard".

Klopp, who admitted the goal was "a bit lucky", expressed his delight for Origi.

And, his celebration was even crazier than his one in the Merseyside derby.

Klopp said of the Belgian, who on Sunday was making only his second Liverpool appearance since being on loan at Wolfsburg last season: "I said it to him when I sent him on the pitch, actually".

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"Fouls and harsh tackles happen, but in his case it was so obvious that it was a break in his development". After that, it took a long time before he felt absolutely nothing. "And now he can finish that book and from now on everything will be fine again".

Defender Trent Alexander-Arnold believes Liverpool have shown they can go toe-to-toe with Manchester City and a last-gasp victor over Everton gives them added momentum heading into a busy month.

"I feel it's a special game for them as well but our fans want us to be the same team, playing to win the match, to be strong, to enjoy the moment and have the ambition to win".

"It's hard to take but I guess we can take positives from the way we played".

"We have a passionate coach, a passionate club and passionate players".

Match-winner Origi emerged as a substitute in the 84th minute, replacing Roberto Firmino.

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