Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool manager charged with misconduct for derby celebration

Fabinho sees no reason to leave Liverpool for Paris Saint-Germain

Fabinho sees no reason to leave Liverpool for Paris Saint-Germain

Divock Origi's goal in the sixth minute of added time ensured Jurgen Klopp's side remain two points behind the defending Premier League champions and current leaders.

The FA's disciplinary department will wait until receiving the match report from referee Chris Kavanagh and the other officials before deciding whether to investigate the incident.

"Immediately after the game I apologised to (Everton boss) Marco Silva when we spoke to each other".

But his manager Jurgen Klopp, who ran on to the pitch when his side scored, has been charged with misconduct by the Football Association.

They should be confident as Sean Dyche's men have endured a torrid start to the new campaign as they sit 19th in the division on just 9 points following Saturday's 2-0 defeat to Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.

"Sturridge might be due a game, Divock [Origi] might get a game", McMahon said on LFC TV. "It's really important as well, even if sometimes you get fined, this passion in the game".

"No, he didn't apologise to me", Silva said. "To be honest I didn't see it, I don't know what he did". I think we were [lacking] with the [final] decision but we did really well and we didn't deserve this result.

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"I don't say it was a lack of respect because I didn't see it".

"I don't know if I would have gone to Jordan (Pickford), if I would have gone to our fans or if I would have stayed in the same position". It was a lucky day for him this afternoon.

"I cannot say it was disrespectful because I didn't see, maybe when I see that moment I can speak more about that situation".

Trent Alexander-Arnold believes Liverpool have shown they can go toe-to-toe with Man City and a last-gasp victor over Everton gives them added momentum heading into a busy month. It's quite hard. It happened, it's a fine, I pay that, let's carry on. He gave us many, many things in the past, and I'm sure in the future he'll keep giving us good things as well.

The 1-0 victory extended Liverpool's unbeaten sequence in Merseyside derbies in the Premier League to 16 games although the manner of the winning goal made this one of the more unforgettable of those games.

"It's completely normal. It's not that he's playing his best football in every second".

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