Klopp apologises for wild celebrations after last-gasp Liverpool win

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A freak injury-time goal from Liverpool substitute Divock Origi settled the Merseyside derby and kept Jurgen Klopp's unbeaten team hard on the heels of Premier League pacesetters Manchester City on Sunday (Dec 2).

And while Klopp claimed he had apologised to opposite number Marco Silva after the game - a claim denied by the Everton man - the FA may take a dim view of the wild scenes.

With the win, Liverpool secured three crucial points to keep pace just two points behind league leaders Manchester City.

Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford makes the initial injury time save, though the bounce of the ball would fall for Liverpool to score the victor.

"He did really well until that moment and it is something no-one expected". It had hit the bar twice and I tried to flick it over.

"It's unfortunate for me but I think it was a good game for everyone on outside to watch".

Everton fans likely breathed a sigh of relief at the other end of Anfield.

"This would be huge for us as a team and as players", he added.

I understand the frustration after that tonight, reading the likes of Dave & Tony Abrahams & John Mc etc makes me feel more positive.

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"There is always a case as a goalkeeper if you make an error it will lead to a goal".

"Today because of the intensity, I can not hide my emotions; I did it".

"We know we held our own against a good Liverpool side and we know it's always going to be tough coming to places like this". Yes we lost, but much to be proud about.The RS never won it, we chucked it away. It was a lucky day for him this afternoon.

Speaking after the match, he said, "I think it is the Everton luck when we come to Anfield".

"What I told Jordan must stay between us", he said in his post-match press conference. They are a really outstanding side.

The 26-year-old is set for his second game against Everton since his arrival from Roma last summer. I don't say it was a lack of respect because I didn't see it. The plan was not to run and when I stopped I was close to Alisson.

"I didn't want to be disrespectful but I couldn't stop myself". Not cool, but it happened. "Even if it is two per cent more, that is something that will help a lot during the game so that's the special thing about the derby".

Five of those new faces - Andre Gomes, Lucas Digne, Yerry Mina, Bernard and Richarlison - made their derby debuts at Anfield and, with nearly half of Silva's team taking on Liverpool for the first time, it ensured that they weren't weighed down by Everton's dismal record in this tie. I know the manager well.

Salah's extraordinary season last term also saw him win the Premier League's best player award by both the Professional Footballers' Association and the Football Writers' Association, along with the Premier League's Golden Boot award. "Maybe when I see that moment I can say more about the situation".

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