Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool manager charged with misconduct for derby celebration

Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool manager charged with misconduct for derby celebration

Before the striker's intervention which came from a mishit shot by Virgil van Dijk, Liverpool had been frustrated by Everton and, in particular, their goalkeeper Jordan Pickford. I didn't want to run to Ali [Alisson], I couldn't stop obviously.

"Immediately after the game I apologised to Marco Silva when we spoke to each other", Klopp said.

"It won't affect my performances in the future, I've got to move on, it's one of them things that will happen now and then, it's how you bounce back and your mental strength will get you through it". They are just an outstanding side.

"Both teams delivered a proper fight, proper derby from the first second", Klopp said.

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

Speaking to reporters ahead of the fixture, Klopp admitted he is unsure of which players will line-up on Sunday as the majority of the squad continue their recovery from Wednesday's antics against PSG. The rest I knew I couldn't control so whatever minutes I got, I just tried to make the most of it and, thank God, it turned out well.

"What I want to see in our team is for us to be ourselves, nothing different to what we did in the big games we already played until now", he said. "I cannot say it was disrespectful because I didn't see it, maybe when I see that moment I can speak more".

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"He did really well up to that moment and it is something no one expected".

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

The forward sustained a nasty ankle injury in a Merseyside derby in April 2016 via a tackle from Ramiro Funes Mori.

However, Pickford inexplicably palmed it into the air and onto the crossbar, the ball dropping into the path of Divock Origi, who nodded into an empty net and snatched the win for the Reds, keeping them within two points of leaders Manchester City.

"There's a little bit of disbelief, more so that it was a freak goal", Coleman told Press Association Sport.

"Analyse Everton and tell me it will be an easy game, tell me their weaknesses: they defend really good, have good players in all positions". We have to play without Hendo and that's how it is. It's hard as a player whenever you make a mistake.

"I think that's the Everton luck when we come to Anfield, there's nothing I can do [but] hold my hands up".