Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp charged for Merseyside derby celebration

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Klopp ran on to hug goalkeeper Alisson after Divock Origi's freaky goal in Sunday's Merseyside derby.

"We held our own so we take positives from it, freak goals happen sometimes and it's always the case as a goalkeeper if you make a mistake, you make an error, it's always going to bite you". "To be honest I didn't see it, I don't know what he did". I think we were [lacking] with the [final] decision but we did really well and we didn't deserve this result.

Jurgen Klopp reacted by charging on to the pitch and celebrating with Alisson as the Reds moved back to within two points of Premier League leaders Manchester City, and Robertson praised the team's character.

"What I can tell you, like we started the match all together, like we have been working since the first day all together, we finish the match all together". Also, the stoicism and balance of the admirable Tony Abrahams on other threads sends me off to bed feeling much better.

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"I didn't see any disrespect".

Silva said: "He didn't apologise to me".

Former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says he thinks the Reds will go close in the Premier League title race this season.

For Liverpool, Sadio Mane hurried a shot over from 10 yards and Xherdan Shaqiri was blocked by Pickford when a goal looked inevitable - signs of the home side being put off their stride by an impressive Everton. We've gone to the end.

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Manchester City's victory over Bournemouth on Saturday meant that a victory over the Toffees was required for Klopp's side if they were to stay hot on the heels of last season's champions.

"It's not just one player, we all make mistakes".

"I used to play for Roma and they had a derby there but here, it is something different. Liverpool doesn't have those players so the front three at a time if they do not score or getting chances when they do they have to create them themselves with a combination between them, which they can do as we have seen it".

Klopp said he apologised to his counterpart Marco Silva at the final whistle, although the Everton boss claimed at a news conference that no apology was received.

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"It's not something you can learn and train and get better from".

'A lot of teams also play counter-attack against us.

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