The England worldwide was injured following a challenge from Ben Mee, with Klopp claiming after the game he had spoken to referee Stuart Attwell about the danger of injuries in the face of the home side's physical approach to proceedings.
He went on to say: 'It wasn't a foul but they can not do that.
"But with six or seven yards and then (slide), these times are over".
Klopp crticised the match referee Stuart Atwell, saying: "'I said to the referee after the first sliding tackle (made) over six or seven yards, when he got the ball and everyone liked it: "'Please, tell them they can not do that'". You get the ball, nice, but it's like bowling. "Joe is injured and probably not only a little bit".
"It's more frustration from Jurgen Klopp", he said.
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Gomez will be a huge loss to Liverpool, having formed a formidable partnership with Virgil van Dijk at the centre of defence that has seen Liverpool concede just six goals in the league all season. I imagine a player who seems to be an honest player, in Gomez, realised that.
"We send him our best if any injury has occurred but it wasn't from a bad tackle".
Another personal record set on Wednesday night went to Milner, who after helping his side take the lead, scored in the 50th Premier League match of his career.
But Clarets boss Sean Dyche defended his player, insisting it was a fair tackle.
"And I thought we were effective in the way we mixed it - not enough - you have to win a game - but we've got to get back to being us, and get back to the consistency of being us". "For us of course as well".