Liverpool boss Klopp insists £8000 fine ‘won’t happen again’

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists there will not be a repeat of the celebration for which he was fined £8000 last season, when Everton visit Anfield on Wednesday.

The same fixture last year was a memorable one for Liverpool fans with Divock Origi scoring an added-time winner after Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford’s error, prompting Klopp to run 50 yards onto the pitch to celebrate with goalkeeper Alisson, who is suspended having been sent off against Brighton at the weekend. Read more

Klopp insists £8000 Everton celebration ‘won’t happen again’

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists there will not be a repeat of the celebration for which he was fined £8000 last season, when Everton visit Anfield on Wednesday.

The same fixture last year was a memorable one for Liverpool fans with Divock Origi scoring an added-time winner after Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford’s error, prompting Klopp to run 50 yards onto the pitch to celebrate with goalkeeper Alisson, who is suspended having been sent off against Brighton at the weekend. Read more

Van Dijk should have won the Ballon d’Or – Klopp

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes Virgil Van Dijk should have won the Ballon d’Or but understands why Lionel Messi lifted it for a sixth time.

The Holland captain came second to the Argentina forward despite having a huge influence on the Reds winning the Champions League and overcoming Messi’s Barcelona in the semi-final. Read more

Klopp names unlikely man of the match in Liverpool victory

Jurgen Klopp thinks Adrian should have been given man of the match in Liverpool’s 2-1 victory over Brighton despite Virgil van Dijk’s two goals.

The Reds were cruising to victory at Anfield after two first-half Van Dijk goals but the sending off of goalkeeper Alisson Becker and a crafty Lewis Dunk free-kick made for a tense finish. Read more

Klopp explains what made Brighton victory a ‘really special win’

Jurgen Klopp says it was “unbelievable how much” his Liverpool side wanted to win the match as they hung on to beat Brighton 2-1.

Two first-half headers from Van Dijk put the leaders on course for a comfortable victory at Anfield but a rash decision from Alisson and a Lewis Dunk reply left them hanging on for victory. Read more