Unhappy Klopp calls for show of hands over Everton penalty award

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Mohamed Salah scored his 19th goal of the season in the first half, but Wayne Rooney levelled from the spot late on after Dejan Lovren brought down Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

Rooney converted the penalty easily and Klopp's anger boiled over post-match in a heated interview with a Sky Sports reporter.

Sam Allardyce has stressed that referee Craig Pawson's decision to award Everton a penalty in Sunday's Merseyside derby was correct.

"Yes. Calvert-Lewin makes a step in this direction and even then there is nothing".

"I was just as delighted with the character that we showed because physically, for the whole team, it was a hard game".

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"I know people are saying Liverpool are flying and that, but today we need to be ready for a proper fight".

One man who, somewhat unsurprisingly, didn't agree with the decision, however, was Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, who simply claimed that 'I don't think it was a penalty'. Then you open the door for them like this.

Before finishing the interview, however, Klopp made a point of apologising to Davison for what he had said earlier.

Strangely the Reds gaffer, Jurgen Klopp, took the world by surprise after he opted to start the match without the Brazilian duo of Roberto Firmino and Phillipe Coutinho. The referee has to be fearless to give a decision like that. "It's our stadium, it's our home ground and I really want to see that".

Everton, meanwhile, had seen an immediate improvement in their performances following the appointment of Sam Allardyce at the helm last week, with the Toffees having notched 9 goals and conceded none in their last 3 outings versus West Ham, Huddersfield and Apollon Limassol. The Liverpool manager was adamant that his side had done enough to win the game, and if it wasn't for the referee, they would have had it.