Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has apologised after Divock Origi’s last-gasp winner against Everton sparked wild scenes of celebration from him.
The Reds grabbed all points when everyone thought the two rivals had done enough to get a share of the spoils.
This happened when Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford made a huge mistake by bringing in play a Virgil van Dijk’s attempt at goal which appeared to be going over the bar.
The England goalkeeper helped the ball along the crossbar and it fell on the head of substitute Origi, who made no mistake.
Klopp invaded the pitch, sprinting and fist-pumping, and later apologised for his actions, claiming he simply could not control himself.
“Immediately after the game I apologised to Marco Silva when we spoke to each other,” Klopp claimed.
“I told him how much I respect his work, because it’s incredible what he has done with that team. They are just a really outstanding side.
“Derbies are always difficult games but this was a completely different difficult to the last few years.”