Origi got the unlikeliest of winners for the Reds in the Merseyside derby, after a mistake from Jordan Pickford.
"We have proved we are capable of matching any team on our day".
Following the clash, the Dutchman admitted via ESPN: "When I hit it, I thought, 'Never again!' and looked back to the defence". There's nothing to say, actually.
"I'm always thinking around that nine or 10 mark when you really get that grounded fitness and you get your eye in and get used to what's going on again in the Premier League".
Following the game, Klopp insisted he had apologised to the Everton boss for his celebration, but Silva revealed that was not the case and acknowledged he had not seen the incident at the time.
"I have to apologise because I didn't want to be disrespectful but I couldn't stop myself", Klopp told reporters after the game. "If you ask me, I think he shouldn't [have been fined] but the FA has to decide what the rules are". "But the FA has to decide the rules".More news: Kate Middleton Rises Above Rumors Of A Meghan Markle Feud
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"In that moment, the coach or manager can not be thinking of fines or not". It's a moment to celebrate. "It's a fine, I pay it. Let's carry on". Now I saw and for me it's not a matter.
For the right back, the main positives from the game were the clean sheet and the team's knack of staying in the game.
'Sadio and Robbo, we need to have another look today, ' Klopp said on Tuesday. It needed to be stitched.
"Now is the moment for him to feel the support of all of us".
"We are all long enough together that we know about the specific challenge against Burnley".