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Brendan Rodgers: Jurgen Klopp is doing a great job at Liverpool

03 December 2018

Everton counterpart Marco Silva said he had no issue with Klopp's actions. It was not my plan.

Virgil Van Dijk horribly miskicked a shot following a long ball towards the area, but as players from both sides gave it up for a goal-kick, Origi put pressure on Pickford and capitalised as the ball bounced twice off the crossbar and back into play.

"The manager emphasised all week we play our game, we do our thing", he added. "I've said many times we are delighted but he can do better".

"He didn't apologise to me", said the Portuguese.

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"It's unfortunate for me but I think it was a good game for everyone on outside to watch".

"We knew would could do it in the second half, come back, and we did it". "I know that in football the result is always most important but I can tell you I am proud of our players".

A late fluke goal has given Liverpool a derby win as Arsenal and Chelsea also claimed local bragging rights by beating their neighbours in the English Premier League on Monday (NZT).

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Klopp, who admitted the goal was "a bit lucky", expressed his delight for Origi.

For Origi, whose derby appearance in April 2016 saw him suffer a career-threatening ankle injury before he was forced to spend last season on loan with Wolfsburg, it was a particularly sweet goal. "I'm delighted with that, the Premier League is the last one and sooner or later it will happen".

"Fouls and harsh tackles happen, but in his case it was so obvious that it was a break in his development".

He said intimated that the prevailing feeling is that the team wins and loses together and that no-one will be singled out for blame.

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Klopp went on to cite the occasions that the clubs have stood together: "Whether it be Hillsborough, donations to foodbanks or individual situations- like the serious human struggles which Sean and his family are facing- Everton and Liverpool stand shoulder-to-shoulder when it really matters". "And coming on tonight, he can finish that book and from now on everything will be fine again".

Jurgen Klopp's Reds are now enjoying a great start to the new Premier League campaign as they sit in 2 place on the table just two points behind leaders Manchester City.

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Brendan Rodgers: Jurgen Klopp is doing a great job at Liverpool