Social media reactions following Jordan Pickford’s howler for Everton against Liverpool

Liverpool head coach, the charismatic Jurgen Klopp, was charged with misconduct by the Football Association for his wild celebrations after the injury time victor.

Divock Origi scored the 96th minute victor against Everton, which prompted Klopp to sprint onto the pitch and celebrate with goalkeeper Alisson.

Origi has now scored three goals in the Merseyside derby and Klopp said he has rarely viewed scenes like his dramatic late victor.

Klopp responded to Divock Origi's header by running to the centre circle and celebrating with Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson.

"We got it (the win) and we'll take it and it was a brilliant night".

"We make mistakes, but usually I learn from it".


The German insisted afterwards that he said sorry to Silva for a moment of disrespect but the Portuguese denied having received any apology for what he assumes was a reaction an unexpected result.

"If you ask me, I think he shouldn't (have been fined) but the FA has to decide what the rules are". I see teams rolling them over and they are not being made to work hard for it at all, that's the worry.

"We are not children any more, that we celebrate for five days". After playing December 30, going on January 1 to Burnley, we played at three o'clock, the weather was not too nice, it was a really rough day, so winning a game like that gave us a lot previous year, really, in the early stages of the second part of the season. I would think it is disrespectful if I go to my players and tell them that. "We have to be ready, 38 times in the league and as much as we can in the other competitions".

Silva said klopp didn't apologise no class very proud the way we played they wont win sweet fa under klopp.

"He played a good game until that point", Van Dijk said.

For Liverpool, Sadio Mane hurried a shot over from 10 yards and Xherdan Shaqiri was blocked by Pickford when a goal looked inevitable - signs of the home side being put off their stride by an impressive Everton.


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