Jurgen Klopp accepts FA misconduct charge: "We make mistakes"

Jurgen Klopp has said he apologised to Everton boss Marco Silva for excessively celebrating Liverpool's stoppage time victor in the Merseyside derby on Sunday.

A stoppage-time mistake from Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford at Anfield on Sunday allowed substitute Origi to head in a last-gasp goal that earned Liverpool a 1-0 win. I don't know how the ball is not in in the first half.

It's a tough place.

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.

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The Clarets have made life hard for Liverpool recently, with three of their previous six matches settled by one goal and their last meeting - on January 1 - won by Ragnar Klavan's added-time strike. Three games a week in mid-season is still a challenge, but it is much better - in the beginning, you can not really train because you play important games always.

"I have to apologise because I didn't want to be disrespectful but I couldn't stop myself. I couldn't avoid it obviously, but that's what the rules are for, and if you break rules you have to be fined for it", he said. They had a lot of wonderful moments in Europe. I know the last two days everybody is talking about the situation. 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. Now we have to be ready. Past year it was January 1 and for me, after the season, it was maybe the game of the season because we won it with a late goal.

We will have our day ladies & gents, in the space of four months, Silva has transformed us into a team who can firstly compete, then move onto the next step of standing toe to toe at away grounds of the top 4-6.

Speaking to Sport Bladet (as translated by Sport Witness), the Swede said: "If I'd been an Everton player, I'd have knocked him down, I think".

  • Lawrence Cooper