FA takes action against Liverpool manager Klopp after dramatic win

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.

The title-winning Chelsea side of 2004/05, led by that master of the rearguard Jose Mourinho, conceded just 15 goals over the course of the campaign. Pickford was distraught when he left Anfield but did not shirk his duties and faced up to the moment he tipped Virgil Van Dijk's sliced volley into the path of Origi, who was making his first Premier League appearance of the season. Derbies are always hard but this was a completely different hard to the last few years.

"I don't think anybody thought it's massively wrong or whatever, not even the ref, they were probably surprised themselves". If there was no rule against it, we as managers would constantly celebrate on the pitch.

"Last season was January 1, for me it was maybe the game of the season, we won that with a late goal after playing December 30". I don't know how those two guys cleared that situation.

Silva said: "He didn't apologise to me".

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"The last time I did it was around 14 years ago".

"If you ask me, I think he shouldn't (have been fined) but the FA has to decide what the rules are". We are devastated for ourselves and the fans. The days of rolling over and being frightened have gone, I only see improvement in this Everton team.

'With Robbo it's not that serious, but like with Sadio we need to have a look'. If I could describe [how I felt when Liverpool scored] I could control it and I probably wouldn't run on the pitch.

"I was feeling good, I kept in shape so in the end, I could do that and it turned out well".

Prizes include, a trip to Old Trafford to watch Man United take on Liverpool in the Premier League, tickets to Ireland's home games in the Six Nations, All Ireland football and hurling final tickets and much more.

  • Rosalie Stanley