"Of all the challenges in this game, and only one team is playing [football], you give such a penalty, that's unbelievable", he said.
"Yes. Calvert-Lewin makes a step in this direction and even then there is nothing".
Speaking to Sky Sports' Patrick Davison after the game, we saw a spiky Klopp as he demanded to know the interviewer's take on the spot-kick before laughing ironically when it was suggested that, by the rules of the game, it was a penalty. Now one team can celebrate, probably, and we can't. "He owed me that because I'd put a few on a plate for him so it was a nice moment for Luis and that's the type of player he is, unselfish", he added.
"I can not believe that [Pawson], in a game like this, when only one team is trying over 95 minutes to do everything to win it, opened the door for them like this".
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Owen has recently gone down in several Liverpool fans' estimations after thanking Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema's for his refusal to move to Manchester United in 2009 because it was the French forward's decision that paved the way for Owen to join Sir Alex's Ferguson's side.
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'.
I took Salah off and put Firmino on. I couldn't blame our lads too much. "I think the performance shows we made the right decision, but the result does not".
'It was a brilliant goal that they scored.
"I'm quite looking forward to seeing how Everton handle them three because I wouldn't want to play against them", he concluded. "Usually you win a game like this with the chances we created".