Marco Silva says Jurgen Klopp should not be punished for derby celebrations

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Jurgen Klopp's wild, confused run onto the Anfield pitch in the aftermath of Divock Origi's hilarious victor against Everton has earned him a fine - the FA have today fined Klopp £8,000 and "warned about his future behaviour".

Liverpool scored late goals against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League and against Chelsea in the Premier League earlier in the season and Alexander-Arnold believes that keeping a clean sheet has given them the foundation to hurt teams towards the end of games.

Klopp said sorry for his actions in his post-match news conference, though Everton boss Marco Silva insisted he never received a face-to-face apology.

"It was a fantastic feeling to lead the boys out in such a big game and to get the win in the dying seconds is something sweet and special". 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. I did immediately afterwards to Marco Silva; I didn't want to be disrespectful but I couldn't stop myself. "If you break rules you have to pay for it".

"We are not children any more, that we celebrate for five days".

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"We have to be ready, there's nothing negative in winning late against Everton". "I told him how much I respect his work".

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Wearing the armband for the first time in a Merseyside derby must have been a special feeling for van Dijk.

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". "It was really long ago that it happened last time". So why should we struggle to realise Burnley starts with 0-0 again and we have to fight another 95 minutes?

For Liverpool, Sadio Mane hurried a shot over from 10 yards and Xherdan Shaqiri was blocked by Pickford when a goal looked inevitable - signs of the home side being put off their stride by an impressive Everton.