Jurgen Klopp escapes ban but handed FA fine after Origi goal celebration

Jurgen Klopp escapes ban but handed FA fine after Origi goal celebration

Jurgen Klopp escapes ban but handed FA fine after Origi goal celebration

However, he proved the hero when he directed home the victor in the 96th minute at Anfield after Virgil van Dijk's effort had rebounded off of the crossbar.

The match appeared at Anfield appeared to be heading for a draw until a speculative, sliced effort from the Netherlands captain was fumbled off the bar by Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.

"No, he didn't apologise to me", Silva said.

Some fans found it hard to comprehend what just happened.

"The game was with unbelievable intensity". Both had chances and both goalkeepers had outstanding performances and a very weird goal. The days of rolling over and being frightened have gone, I only see improvement in this Everton team. "We've had disappointments before and pushed them aside quickly, and we've got to do that again". It is a brilliant night. "If I could describe it, probably I could control it". We don't want to look for excuses but that's how it is.

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Divock Origi was the unlikely hero at Anfield as he scored from inches out in the 96th minute to ensure the gap between Liverpool and Premier League leaders Manchester City remains at two points.

And speaking to Sky Sports after the game, Origi said: "It's a special moment, I am enjoying it and it is special for the club and the city". "Nobody thought about the situation in the title. We have another game on Wednesday so need to get over this and make sure we are ready to get the win". You have to be in the right spaces and that looked really good.

The Brazilian worldwide has not hit the heights that he did throughout the course of last season, prompting concerns over his apparent lack of productivity at the moment.

However Klopp hopes the dramatic win against Everton is a sign that his team's form is building, and he wants to see improvement in forward Roberto Firmino especially. To outplay them is not easy. I know that I am rather on the jump and on the run when something happens.

It could have gone either way for Liverpool against Everton but they found a way to win.

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