Klopp sorry after wild celebrations following 'weird' Liverpool victor

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Pickford's failure to deal with Van Dijk's high ball proved the decisive moment in the game and enabled Liverpool to claim the win which restored the gap to leaders Manchester City to two points.

We celebrated our win at Tynecastle because it was a big win which helped send us to the top of the league.

The German ran on to the pitch in wild celebration of Divock Origi's 96th-minute victor at Anfield and later apologised to his Everton counterpart Marco Silva.

No moment was more impressive than Alisson's stop on Andre Gomes in the 21st minute.

Everton boss Marco Silva played down the incident after initially saying he had not seen the celebrations.

Sunday's hero Divock Origi will be hoping he's done enough to earn a rare start after scoring the victor in stoppage time against Everton but I think Daniel Sturridge is more likely to get the nod up front.

"It's all good. I think he has scored seven so far in the league".

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Klopp said after the match: "I didn't want to run".

"Dyche has pointed out that they went a long run without winning then as well, but they were a different team, with a very different attitude". I don't know what he did and the way he did it.

Speaking to Sport Bladet (as translated by Sport Witness), the Swede said: "If I'd been an Everton player, I'd have knocked him down, I think". I talk for myself, you have to be respectful.

Klopp was quick to apologise but one imagines that he'd probably react the same way if a similar situation arises in the future. They are just an outstanding side and it was a hard game today.

"We are not children any more, that we celebrate for five days".

That could mean Xherdan Shaqiri playing from the left wing while Mohamed Salah should keep his place in attack but we may see Roberto Firmino given a well-earned breather.

"With Robbo, it is not as serious as with Sadio, but we need to have a look". "Thankfully, because it is better for the heart if football games are decided earlier".

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