Jurgen Klopp charged by FA over Merseyside derby celebration

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When Origi profited from an extraordinary stroke of fortune in the final moment of Sunday's derby, Klopp lost the run of himself and took off onto the pitch, stopping only when embracing Alisson Becker.

Everton boss Marco Silva believes the German should not have been punished for running onto the pitch to celebrate the late victor.

"I couldn't avoid it obviously. if there was no rule we as managers would do it every week", Klopp said. They are just an outstanding side and it was a hard game today.

"Derbies are always hard but this was a completely different hard to the last few years".

"He [Suarez] was possibly the best striker I played with", Carragher told talkSPORT, as quoted by Sky Sports.

"First of all, I have to apologise for my run". It was not my plan. "Not cool, but it happened".

So much so, in fact, that they're on course to beat a long-held Premier League defensive record at their current rate of going. "Both teams delivered an unbelievable fight". "It's a fine, I pay it. Let's carry on". "I was aware that I needed to have the patience to wait for my moment, but I'm happy at Liverpool - there's no reason for me to leave".

He said: "In that moment I didn't see what Jurgen did".

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"If somebody did that to me and I was on the other bench, I would have given him a mouthful".

"We have proved we are capable of matching any team on our day".

As a Scouser Alexander-Arnold's wild celebrations at the end were understandable. "I've never forgot it (the injury) since", said Klopp.

"His name could've been right up there with those great attackers but I think the same is with Van Dijk also".

Klopp has admitted the charge and been fined around £8,000.

Certainly a must-watch video for anyone on the red side of Merseyside, and it once again raises the question, how on earth is Twitter still free?

Indeed, it has now been turned into a viral video on Twitter thanks to a bit of editing and the inclusion of the Baywatch theme tune.

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