Jurgen Klopp and Marco Silva on Merseyside derby drama

Virginia Santiago
December 6, 2018

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has been charged by the Football Association with misconduct for running on to the pitch after his side's 96th-minute victor against Everton at Anfield. "Both teams delivered an unbelievable fight".

"He didn't apologise to me", said the Portuguese. He said: 'All of your colleagues have asked me about the situation but to be honest I didn't see it. I think it is the Everton luck when we come to Anfield.

"We've got some really good players now and the way he wants us to play is to build from the back and you've got Andre (Gomes) coming looking for the ball off you and you know he can handle it and make things happen and I thought he was great again".

It was a lucky day for Liverpool.

However, significant investment and a change in playing style introduced by Silva have seen the Toffees move up to sixth in the table, their best league position for some time, and that has caught Klopp's attention.

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

"What I can tell you, like we started the match all together, like we have been working since the first day all together, we finished the match all together".

Klopp, who admitted the goal was "a bit lucky", expressed his delight for Origi.

Divock Origi has said it was an "unbelievable feeling" to be the match victor of today's Merseyside derby. I didn't want to run, ' said Klopp who sprinted onto the Anfield pitch to embrace keeper Alisson. I've never forgotten it.

"Fouls and harsh tackles happen, but in his case it was so obvious that it was a break in his development".

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"Pickford understandably accepted blame and, speaking to Sky Sports, he said: "[It's] a little error from me, a bit of a freak one really. "Now he can finish that book and from now on everything will be fine".

Jurgen Klopp's side kept pace with leaders manchester City and remain only two points behind them.

"It's one that all the players will remember for a long time and hopefully the fans will as well because we've dominated the fixture for so long and we've extended it". It's on the pitch you have to do your talking and it is the coach who makes the decisions so the best I can do is show my best form.

Origi had played just 11 minutes as a substitute this season in the 2-0 Champions League defeat against Red Star Belgrade in Serbia and his long-term prospects look bleak.

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